[linux-audio-user] SysEx dumps - warning newbie alert :)
ce at christeck.de
Sun Nov 6 07:21:30 EST 2005
> I reported it on the sourceforge bug tracker 2-3 weeks ago.
uhm, OK. MAybe I should close the bugtracker to get personal mails :) .
> > Anyway, sysexxer should work OK, but if you want to have real ALSA
> > support then use the CVS version.
> I'll have a look at this but so far I've not had much sucess using
> CVS with any package :(
Press Alt - F2
cvs -d:pserver:anonymous at cvs.sf.net:/cvsroot/sysexxer co sysexxer
make -f Makefile.cvs
> > Furthermore, if you're using an USB MIDI device, please ensure that
> > you have *disabled* the audio and MIDI drivers in the USB driver
> > section of your kernel. Both are OSS drivers which conflict with
> > the snd_usb_audio driver in the sound section of your kernel
> > config.
> I don't know how to do this. I'm using Mandrake 10.1 as my distro and
> the M-Audio midisport 2x2. This all seems to work fine with
> Rosegarden (using both ports too).
I'd be interested if both modules exist on Mandriva; if so it's likely
that both get loaded as soon the Midisport gets plugged in and both
modules will fight for the device. Normal events will work then, but
sysex is problematic.
BTW: I'm also using a Midisport (the 8x8) and sysexxer works well with
all of my 8 completely different devices.
> > I once had lots of problems, some sysex packages lost the first
> > three bytes.
> > Is it possible that you send me the sysex packages causing problems
> > via email?
> Unfortunately that's not possible. It's crashing as I send the dump
> *to* Sysexxer. It seems to occur as the dump nears completion. I
> tried increasing the buffer size but that made no difference.
Not necessary. Memory will be increased dynamically AFAIK.
If nothing works use amidi. It's a command line tool to exchange sysex.
> Just got your e-mails. I will follow up on them later... I have a
> *big* download in progress on DialUp and don't want to risk
> upsetting it!
OK, thanks for the feedback.
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