Linuxsampler & UbuntuStudio
andre at osku.de
Mon May 21 18:11:29 BST 2007
for the sequencer, wild quess: sudo modprobe snd_seq
and try again
but somehow it doesnt seem to even find an audio card...
does any other audio program work ?
On Mon, 2007-05-21 at 00:14 +0200, Miguel Angel wrote:
> Hello again. Actually I have installed Linuxsampler from Edgy (thanks to
> Fabien) and Qsampler and dependencies from 7.04 (Feisty)
> Qsampler start linuxsampler well:
> 23:50:54.711 Client connecting...
> 23:50:54.713 Server is starting...
> 23:50:54.714 linuxsampler
> 23:50:54.717 Server was started with PID=6753.
> lscp_client_create: cmd: connect: ConexiÃ³n rechazada
> LinuxSampler 0.3.3
> Copyright (C) 2003, 2004 by Benno Senoner and Christian Schoenebeck
> Copyright (C) 2005 Christian Schoenebeck
> Detected features: disabled at compile time
> Creating Sampler...OK
> Registered MIDI input drivers: ALSA
> Registered audio output drivers: ALSA
> Starting LSCP network server (0.0.0.0:8888)...OK
> 23:50:57.933 Client connecting...
> 23:50:57.937 Client receive timeout is set to 1000 msec.
> 23:50:57.940 Client connected.
> 23:50:57.945 New session: "Untitled1".
> LinuxSampler initialization completed. :-)
> LSCPServer: Client connection established on socket:4.
> LSCPServer: Client connection established on socket:6.
> But when try to configure audio or midi devices, can't find any of them:
> 23:51:04.517 New Audio device lscp_get_audio_driver_info:
> AudioOutputDeviceAlsa (errno=0)
> ALSA lib control.c:785:(snd_ctl_open_conf) symbol _snd_ctl_hw_open is not
> defined inside (null)
> AudioOutputDeviceAlsa: Cannot open sound control for card 0 - No such device
> or address
> AudioOutputDeviceAlsa: Can't find any card
> 00:08:50.967 New MIDI device lscp_create_midi_device: Error opening ALSA
> sequencer (errno=0)
> 00:08:50.970 New MIDI device Could not create device. Sorry.
> ALSA lib seq.c:911:(snd_seq_open_conf) symbol _snd_seq_hw_open is not defined
> inside (null)
> Error opening ALSA sequencer
> it seems an alsa bug but I don't find any solution.
> What can I do? Thanks.
> P.S.:I don't know how to post into a subject, sorry.
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