Andy Teijelo Pérez
espino at infomed.sld.cu
Fri Jan 7 04:45:41 GMT 2005
El Miércoles, 05 de Enero de 2005 1:26, Bob Stia escribió:
> Hello KDE people,
> Hope this has not been discussed to death already. Googled but didn't
> find anything of value and am new to this list.
> I have never been able to play a midi file. Now running SuSE 9.2 on a
> x86_64 platform. (new install, new hardware, KDE 3.3.2, via on board
> sound chip) I give this info because on the old system (SuSE 8.2, KDE
> 3.2, and a Soundblaster card) I could not either.
> I have Timidity also installed. Kmid opens and then I can load a file to
> play. Just sits there and does nothing. At least on the old system it
> acted as if it were playing but no sound came out.
> If I open Kmid in a terminal I get the message "no midi ports" when I
> try to open the file.
> Really hope somebody here has an answer for me.
> Thanks, Bob S.
You could use Timidity to emulate a midi hardware device using the snd_seq
module of ALSA and the -iA (alsa interface) option in Timidity. I tried it
and worked for me, although my machine is a bit slow and I had to tweak a
couple of settings in /etc/timidity/timidity.cfg
KMid worked fine that way.
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