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Re: [fluid-dev] fluidsynth process problems

From: Garett Shulman
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] fluidsynth process problems
Date: Mon, 20 Dec 2004 20:05:30 -0700
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Thank you Rui. -s -i does the trick. -Garett

Rui Nuno Capela wrote:

Garett Shulman
In an attempt to correct this problem on my machine, I have determined
that the problem is related to fluidsynth 1.0.5 and appears to be kernel
indapendant.  Does anybody else experience a similar problem when they
try to start fluidsynth 1.0.5 in the background or from a shell script?

Garett Shulman wrote:

Hello, I recently setup a new 2.4.28 kernel with the lck patchset and
am now having some strange issues with fluidsynth. If I just run it
normaly it works fine. However, If I use an & after the command to
background fluidsynth the process get emmediatly stopped (not killed,
just stopped). I can start other programs in this way without issue
(alsaplayer, and linuxsampler). Also, if I try to start fluidsynth
from a shell script with the & after the command in the shell script
fluidsynth appears to start but after it loads it seems to exit (or be
killed). I can see a single fluidsynth process when I ps right after
running the script, but after I see the fluidsynth initialization
messages a "ps -A | grep fluid" shows nothing. If anyone has any ideas
or suggestions as to ways I might trouble shoot this problem I would
be very appreciative. Thanks. -Garett

Have a look into the man page, -i/--no-shell and -s/--server command line
options. Example:

   fluidsynth -s -i <soudfonts> &


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