Just gonna put this here because I’m a n00b.
In short, for folders:
|$ command “Folder Name”|
|$ command Folder\ Name/|
… for files
|$ command “file name with spaces”|
|$ command file\ name\ with\ spaces|
Mixbus 32c shows the following message when launched:
|WARNING: Your system has a limit for maximum amount of locked memory.
This might cause Mixbus32C to run out of memory before your system runs
out of memory.
You can view the memory limit with ‘ulimit -l’, and it is normally controlled by /etc/security/limits.conf
Open a Terminal window and check the memory limit by typing ulimit -l . You may see something like this:
|$ ulimit -l
This means that Mixbus is limited to 8GB of memory. To open this limit up, in Terminal, edit limits.conf:
|$ sudo vi /etc/security/limits.conf|
Add the following line (ensure there are tabs between each entry and, yes, the – is an entry):
|@audio – memlock unlimited|
Save the file and check the ulimit again. You should see this:
|$ ulimit -l
Launch Mixbus. If you see the same warning message, check your group in Terminal:
|$ groups username|
If you don’t see the audio group listed, for example:
|username : username wheel pkg-build|
add your user to the audio group:
|$ sudo usermod -a -G audio username|
Check groups again. You should see audio listed:
|$ groups username
username : username wheel audio pkg-build
Launch Mixbus and the message should be gone.