[PlanetCCRMA] VST in Fedora Core 4. Success anyone?

Mr Machine forums@machinehasnoagenda.com
Wed Feb 22 21:01:01 2006

On Thu, 2006-02-23 at 04:41 +0100, Luis Garrido wrote:
> A little update on this.
> It seems that it is possible to run a Windows native VST host in wine
> like savihost or vsthost.
> http://www.hermannseib.com/english/vsthost.htm
> I am trying to explore this route, but the main problem seems to be
> that I cannot make wine's jack output work.
> An alternative would be to use wine's alsa driver and then combine it
> with jack apps using some .asoundrc wizardry. Other possibility is to
> use the oss driver and then oss2jack, but probably this will break the
> alsa midi communication. Both solutions look rather inefficient at a
> first glance.
> AFAIK, dssi is not a multichannel interface, so dssi-vst won't be a
> solution for plugins like Kontakt.

you might need the CVS wine to get the Jack output working ...

i built it the other day, and with short tests was able to get Wavelab
and Tunafish working with Jack output quite well ... only tested for
about 15 minutes, though, and not very strenuously.