if using the version with pipes you need to execute everything in the right order, you seem to have the right order, but try this:after some test i dont know if below is possible or i do wrong.
this question really belongs to the "tetra decoding" thread, and not hereCan somebody tell me how to install telive straight on to laptop please. I have a spare laptop that I could use instead of bootable stick?
open source is a group effort. some people write software, some write documentation. actually i've wrote some docs, and they seem to be good enough for many people (at least for the ones which have reading comprehension skills).i just wonder for some time reading these topics
You write a wonderfull program avery one is very placed with your effort and time
If so many asking, why there is not yet a good "how to do it for dummys" for those are widowers and do not know about linux at this moment ?
being 70+ makes you an experienced engineer, and as such you know that when you want to get something to work you read the docs, the you lookup the terms which are unfamiliar, and then read the docs again and see if you understand most of them. sit down, read, plan, do (not the other way around). you probably went through this path yourself, and you've been successful.Sir, my age is 70++ years and if people who do not know about things, these people will be at some point i time... Have seen this before as long i be running on this planet
I do not mean to be unpolite but just wondering.
This. Coders tend to write instructions that are geared towards the more advanced users and can be ill-equipped to cater to beginners. They just don't speak the same language. Users who have managed to figure out how a package works *could* help the project by creating some how-to docs or videos for those who need a helping hand, but they almost never do.you are welcome to contribute easier instructions, maybe you can relate better to the problems these people are having and will be better at explaining this stuff to them.
And this. There is a subset of users who refuse to read docs. And another subset who try, but can't follow coder-generated docs. C'est la vie.but beware: i'm constantly getting dumb questions that result from people not reading a simple README document, so i'm not sure they will read whatever you've written (but please do try!)
thanks good friend , will try this .Hi all, Greeting from an old English man,,, I am new to Linux only been using it about 1 month and now its on my 2 computers (Laptop & Tower), i was determined to get Telive Tetra working and i did kindo-of by using a Youtube link whom is also using Kali Linux-2016.2 x64 please note i did this on a fresh install
Hope its o.k to put on youtube links - hope it helps others - the fun part is how to get sound and play with the controls/buttons
Great Software and many Thanks