Installing Miditzer on UBUNTU

Installation of the Miditzer on Linux machines
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Installing Miditzer on UBUNTU

Post by vincekeys » Wed Nov 16, 2011 7:01 pm

I tried to install Miditzer on UBUNTU and got a whole lot of garbage about couldn't open, missing this n that. What do I do?

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Re: Installing Miditzer on UBUNTU

Post by Jim Henry » Wed Nov 16, 2011 9:54 pm

Have you tried Puppy?
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Re: Installing Miditzer on UBUNTU

Post by Pluto » Thu Nov 17, 2011 2:46 am

Hi,
if You are not fixed on UBUNTU and DIY: Our member Moonskin has devellopped a most convincing PNP Version, convolution reverb included and based on Puppy:

http://site.virtualorgan.com/community/ ... 867#p20782

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Re: Installing Miditzer on UBUNTU

Post by ggoode.sa » Tue Mar 26, 2013 1:48 am

There is no real description of the 'problem'.
What version of Ubuntu are you running?
What version of WINE is installed?
Did the Miditzer Installer complete successfully?
What does it tell you that it is missing?

At the moment, if you are wanting to run Miditzer in Linux, Ubuntu is not your best option as the packages for the low latency Jack Audio Connection Kit require advanced configuration settings in order for it to work with the default PulseAudio audio server now used. There has been some good work on resolving this but it will only be part of the next long term release version. I second the suggestion that you rather download the Puppy Linux liveCD and work with that.

If you would rather get things working with Ubuntu then we'll need some more information from you :)

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