Does anyone know how to make MIDI work on SuSE 8?
I want to use the built in Synth capabilities of my SBLive.
I look in the MIDI part of the sound settings and there's nothing there.
I'm a bit puzzled about how Linux handles MIDI anyway so if anyone could
explain it to me, I'd be grateful.
So Far.. This is Real Kool. Where would you suggest is the best place to add
" /sbin/sysctl -w kernel.lowlatency=1 " to the boot sequence?
On Friday 30 August 2002 08:01, you wrote:
> At Thu, 29 Aug 2002 12:21:12 -0700,
> Gary Counsellor wrote:
> > All I have to do is install this rpm, set sysctl kernel.lowlatency to
> > enable, bring my machine down and back up and I'm ready to fly?
> > Hard to believe and
> > I won't do it till you reply. (please understand my nervousness) I'm
> > used to readme's and explicit instructions. Then I have a starting point
> > for troubleshooting.
> ok, I put a README there, so that other people will be no longer
> nervous :)
Please remove .all.attitudes before replying
I just reinstalled suse 8.0, and now there are no visuals with
synaestesia cd. but the music plays.
Anyone got any ideas?
I re-re-installed it, but it still doesn't work.
Is there supposed to be a hidden file in /home... ?
Are there any other apps like this that you would recommend?
Hello, can anyone help to point me in the right direction to solve the
I have a 7.3 installation, with a soundblaster live soundcard. It worked
fine in KDE with the stock 2.4.10 kernel. I downloaded and installed the
suse 2.4.16 kernel source rpm and updated to the 2.4.16 kernel, via make
oldconfig, make dep, make bzImage, make modules, and make modules_install.
When I boot to the new kernel my soundcard does not work. I can see that
the directory for the soundcard modules is missing
"/lib/modules/kernel_version/misc". What did I do wrong during make
modules/make modules_install? Why did the /misc modules directory not get
Thanks for any help,