Was it John P. Looney who wrote on Friday 11 January 2002 14:54:
> On Fri, Jan 11, 2002 at 02:32:05PM +0000, John P. Looney mentioned:
> > Are there programs for displaying Midi files as sheet music ?
>> Actually...how do I *play* midi ? playmidi tries to open /dev/sequencer,
> and fails. Is there some extra driver I need (I'm using an es1371 based
There's a doc called es1371, in (guessing wildly)
/usr/src/linux/Documentation/sound which tells you what the SB128 or whatever
other card you have is unable to do in standard fashions. There are
workarounds, and some extra farting about to do. I bought one of those and
slung it, preferring a repair on my old Opti 931 soundcard.
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