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audio icons and stdio_musician1.0

Greg --
STDIOM requires the commercial OSS header files to build 
--the claim is that the pre-built version works --if you're
running into trouble on debian --I suggest writing to the
debian list to check.

A simpler way to debug the problem might be to run
stdiosynth by hand --it has a fairly simple interactive

>>>>> "Greg" == Greg E Priest-Dorman <priestdo@cs.vassar.edu> writes:

    Greg> I have two questions:

    Greg> Is there an alternative to studio_musician for the
    Greg> playing of midi audio icons?

    Greg> Alternatively, does someone have a copy of
    Greg> studio_musician built on a debian 2.2 box?

    Greg> Here is why I ask.

    Greg> This past weekend I changed from Red Had 6.1 back
    Greg> to debian.  I should say "up" to debian as I am
    Greg> now running debian 2.2.  In the past when I had
    Greg> been running debian I was not using ViaVoice and
    Greg> so not using midi based audio icons.

    Greg> Emacspeak 12 is installed and working.

    Greg> ViaVoice is working fine.

    Greg> However I have lost the audio icons as I cannot
    Greg> get studio_musician to work.

    Greg> As of this morning, playmidi works fine.  However
    Greg> studio_musician will not build (even after I
    Greg> correct the location of soundcard.h) and using the
    Greg> prebuilt executable from the Blinux site is no
    Greg> help.  (yep, I put it in /usr/bin and made it
    Greg> group audio.)

    Greg> So is there an alternative to studio_misician or
    Greg> is there something else I should try to get it
    Greg> working?

    Greg> Thanks,

    Greg> Greg

    Greg> -- Greg Priest-Dorman priestdo@cs.vassar.edu

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