Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] Creative audixy
From: Robert Jonsson (robert.jonsson_AT_dataductus.se)
Date: Sun Feb 03 2002 - 19:10:57 EET
I can't recall the start of this thread, but if you've installed the
OSS/Free drivers (which should already be available with your kernel).
You can't use soundfonts, not supported yet (forever it seems).
If you have installed alsa on the otherhand, things should work just
fine. You do however need all the oss compatibility modules loaded, look
at the end of the README or INSTALL document for some good examples of
what should be added to your modules.conf file.
you could also try to (as root) do: modprobe snd-seq-oss
which (i think) should load the necessary modules automagically.
when the drivers are correctly set up, sfxload <soundfont>
Is the correct command for loading fonts, should work without any
Guenther Sohler wrote:
>Now I manged to compile the emu10k1 driver for linux.
>So I was able to play audio through dsp.
>Then I tried to play midi.
>The programs wer runnning fine but i did not hear anything.
>I suppose because there are no soundfonts loaded.
>How can I load soundfonts, a have a sf2 file but sfx load does not work because
>it does not find the awe64 card!
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