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Re: [fluid-dev] no midi on linux

From: Julien Claassen
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] no midi on linux
Date: Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:21:56 +0200 (CEST)

  Your midishare problem: I think you'd have to install the proper kernel
sources and configure them. Maybe you can have a look in your /boot dir and
find a config file for your actual kernel configuration. At least that's where
suse keeps it.
  Did you install alsa properly with midi support (sequencer)?
  I think it usually works that way:
  you start fluidsynth and see which port it uses (usually 128 or so), you can
see this with something like:
  aconnect -l
  Then you can use another program - like pmidi - and call it like that:
  pmidi -p 128:0 file.mid
  This would mean, that pmidi plays to port 128 (fluidsynth). If you wanna
play it realtime, you can simply do something like:
  aconnect 64 128
  Meaning connect the midiport on your first card (usually 64) to fluidsynth.
You'll find your hardware midiports as well with aconnect -l.
  I hope that helps.
  Kindest regards

Julien Patrick Claassen

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