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Old 01-15-2004, 09:51 AM   #1
Registered: Jul 2003
Distribution: slackware9.0
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slackware linux-2.4.23 SBLive midi output

Does anyone know a good source of information (possibly a step-by-step howto)
for getting SBLive! to output midi under slackware, kernel-2.4.23 ?
I've been at it for months and while I have sound support for wav's and mp3's, I still
can't seem to get any midi files to play. I've tried using alsa and made sure that the appropriate
modules are loaded (emu10k1, soundcore, sound, av97_codec, etc ...)
The funny thing is, my system under RedHat-7.2 had no problem with midi output without
altering the installation. So I did a RH-7.2 install on a fresh disk and found that the same modules
were present and so forth.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. I've read so much information already on the subject
from various sources but still don't have a clear understanding of the criteria.
Thank you in advance for your time.


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