Re: [linux-audio-user] Prodikeys DM

From: Chris McCormick <chris@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Sat Aug 05 2006 - 04:24:34 EEST

On Fri, Aug 04, 2006 at 12:24:52PM +0200, mlist wrote:
> I've got a Creative Prodikeys DM keyboard. It's a very nice piece of hardware
> with 104 keys PC-keyboard and 37 keys piano-keyboard in one case. There is
> only one PS/2 interface and not connector for standard MIDI.
> In the standard delivery there are only drivers for Windows included. My
> search on google didn't get a solution for Linux.
> Has anyone got this hardware working with Linux?
> Is there anywhere a driver available for MIDI over PS/2?


I bought the USB version of this keyboard assuming it would support USB
MIDI and work out of the box under linux like all the other USB MIDI
hardware. Alas, it's only driver is the closed source one for windows.
My advice is to do what I did; take it back to the shop and tell them
"It's broken under my operating system."

Or ask creative if you can have the specs and write a driver. :)



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