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Re: [fluid-dev] no midi on linux

From: Eric Van Buggenhaut
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] no midi on linux
Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2003 01:10:21 +0100
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On Fri, Oct 24, 2003 at 11:47:58PM -0500, Joe Corneli wrote:
> Eric Van Buggenhaut <address@hidden> writes:
> > You probably want to install fluidsynth precompiled package.
> > apt-get install fluidsynth
> Thanks for the tip.
> With the Debian version, I didn't get any complaints about "no midi" but
> I did get this complaint:
> fluidsynth: warning: Ignoring sample SineWave: can't use ROM samples
> fluidsynth version 1.0.1
> All I hear is a faint buzzing sound. (But I do hear something!)
> > lspci -v
> > might help you
> I don't see anything about a sound card.  I think actually what I get
> sound of of is the "built in" sound card (the thing I have my headphones
> plugged into has plugs for line in, mic, speaker, joystick, midi, and
> one other one; I get music using cd-console).  I don't think my 
> computer knows it has a soundblaster card.

Even if it's a built-in card, it shouls show up in lspci as long as
your card is pci. Maybe you card is ISA ? But are there ISA
soundblaster cards anyway ?

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