How do I get a /dev/sequencer?
alexander.dalloz at uni-bielefeld.de
Thu Feb 26 02:26:08 UTC 2004
Am Do, den 26.02.2004 schrieb Björn Persson um 02:20:
> Alexander Dalloz wrote:
> > You are correct, for the actual ALSA driver the parameter "mpu_port" is
> > correct. The IO address you used is unused? The sequencer device exist?
> Yes, /dev/sequencer and /dev/sequencer2 exist as device files in /dev,
> and now that ALSA is installed an attempt to open /dev/sequencer
> triggers an ALSA-related kernel module. The hardware device also exists
> and works. (I can play MIDI in that other OS.) But the driver says "no
> device found".
> IO address - is that the "0x300"? Then need to learn how to find out
> which addresses are unused. Are you saying I can pick any unused
> address? Isn't there a specific address to address the sound chip?
> Björn Persson
The alsa-driver package from freshrpms.net comes with this documentation
It contains useful information.
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