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Old 06-24-2004, 08:36 PM   #1
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MIDI Help: ALSA and recompiling the kernel?


When I do a clean install of Mandrake 10 on my box, it doesn't have MIDI support from the get go. I need the midi for a program called Powertab, a guitar tab editor with midi ouput which I am going to use with wine.

When I go to the control center --> Sound system --> Hardware, the drop down box for midi device is empty.

I tried to install the new ALSA drivers but did not succeed... I don't have sound now! STUPID ME!

I also tried to recompile my kernel but I got some error messages during the boot and it didn't have sound or an internet connection!

Ugh...

I'm thinking I just need help installing ALSA to support midi. I think the last time I did it I screwed up my Modules.conf file. If someone could help me through this, I would greatly appreciate it.
 
  


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