d_baron at 012.net.il
Tue Mar 22 03:59:27 CST 2005
Often, these will report an error loading one of their DLLs, usually a
sequencer dll of some sort. This is due to thunking! Win9* MIDI works on 16
bits. This problem can be corrected by running WINE as nt4. Winxp will
usually not work.
One set to nt4, I had the following results:
Onyx and related software: Runs afoul of the registration. The one which
reported time left to evaluate came up with its own error-reporting box. WINE
reported problems with a "stub"
Jammer Pro 5: Comes up. Only the "midimapper" is reported as a device and this
does not work. File open boxes do not paint correctly and do not find all
I believe that both of these use Microsoft Visual Studio. Non-functioning MIDI
is a common problem in WINE, it seems, though I have some applications work
perfectly but those only using OSS.
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