freebsd sound system
raszobbi at gmail.com
Sat Mar 7 06:22:11 PST 2009
i have a a couple of general questions with regards to freebsd sound and
midi but i am
not sure what kind of development is underway that might make this sort
anyhow, i am only just starting to get a bit into programming and
different areas of freebsd when i have the time; and the only thing i am
really missing in freebsd is midi ; but hopefully that will come about.
besides that, i have run into a couple of issues which concern alsa,
particularly with two applications so far.
one was a linux binary (renoise) which complained about missing
files/libs on first run, but got past that after i installed
the alsa libs port (it failed on something else after, but that's
the other program was rosegarden which i downloaded as source and tried
to build following the included instructions,
however it does some checks to see if alsa (or what version) is
installed. so after first fail, i commented out that part from the
makefile to see what happens, which only produced a fail later on.
so for the long run, my real question is this; would it be possible, and
how easy is it, to have some kind of dummy alsa package installed? or is
that a bad idea? it wouldn't need to be functional, just present for any
application that requires it to build or install, since eventually it
seems that these apps can use jack in any case, which in turn would be
using whatever is actually available.
on another note, does anyone know how old or active the info on the
following site is?
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