[PlanetCCRMA] snd_seq loaded but no midi

Fernando Lopez-Lezcano nando@ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Wed May 25 21:29:01 2005

On Wed, 2005-05-25 at 21:02, Kenneth wrote:
> Fernando Lopez-Lezcano wrote:
> >On Wed, 2005-05-25 at 19:41, Kenneth wrote
> >>ok... that was a little weird. Seems that file was already there with 
> >>exactly those two lines in it and nothing else. Is there another way to 
> >>get the kernel to recognize this?
> >>    
> >>
> >
> >I should pay more attention..... argh....
> >The listing of devices above is not listing any raw midi interfaces. It
> >has to show something like this:
> >
> > 40: [1- 0]: raw midi
> >
> >So... the second card (the edirol?) is not being completely recognized
> >by the system, audio is there but midi is not. Isn't the Edirol 25 the
> >card that has a couple of different "modes"? I think not all of them are
> >fully supported. You should try to use it in the other mode than it is
> >now (I think it is either "Advanced" or "Normal", try "Normal")
> >
> But the Edirol UA series has got the "advanced" and "normal" modes. 
> However FC3 (the only linux I've been able to try it on) will only 
> recognize it correctly when it is set to 'normal', meaning only 16bit 
> 44.1 kHz resolution and no midi (through the old five pin connecters). 
> In advanced mode it is being recognized as a Roland sound device of some 
> sort but I wasn't ever able to make it say anything at all, so 
> connecting through the edirol is not an option.
> Strange thing is though, that raw midi is being loaded as module 
> (snd_rawmidi), it just doesn't show in the device listing. I don't thing 
> this has anything to do with the edirol, as the keyboard is plugged 
> directly into the computer via usb.

I'm missing something, which keyboard? The Edirol is not the usb
soundcard you have loaded?

-- Fernando