Is it MIDI yet? (fwd)
Conrad J. Sabatier
conrads at cox.net
Mon Apr 25 11:05:30 PDT 2005
On Sun, 24 Apr 2005 22:38:45 -0400 (EDT), "Robert Krten"
<root at parse.com> wrote:
> Hi Mat et al.,
> My motherboard claims to have an MPU401-compatible midi port on it,
> and I'm wondering if the stuff you've done will work with that?
> If so, I'd be happy to be a trial tester of the new stuff.
> If not, can you tell me if the old framework would work with that h/w,
> and, if so, how I'd go about enabling it? I've pulled down all the
> CVS files that I can think of dating back to 10 months ago, but it
> still doesn't work (he said, vaguely). It (midi.c, mpu.c) compiles
> (with tweaks for dev_t -> struct cdev* etc.); the sequencer.c
> doesn't compile yet (a few warnings left), but my device never
> shows up in /dev, nor is there any message in dmesg about it.
> This is on an i386.
> Suggestions? Do you recall what I need to put into my conf file,
> is just "device midi" sufficient, or are there other things?
> Thanks in advance!
I just posted a message to the "current" mailing list with Mat's latest
MIDI patchset attached. You may want to have a go at that. You're
bound to have better luck than with those older patches.
Currently, only cmi and emu10k1-based cards are supported,
unfortunately, but Mat is working on support for more cards.
Look for "Subject: Latest MIDI patchset from Mat" in the current
Let us know how it goes, OK?
Conrad J. Sabatier <conrads at cox.net> -- "In Unix veritas"
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