[Wine] No MIDI devices in winecfg

Klaus-Peter Schrage kpschrage at gmx.de
Thu Oct 4 07:27:00 CDT 2012

I just found that removing the notorious wine-pulseaudio package from 
Fedora cured my issue. Now I have all my MIDI ports in Band in a Box.
Sorry for the noise, I should file a bug in Fedora's Bugzilla

Am 04.10.2012 14:11, schrieb Klaus-Peter Schrage:
> More than two years ago, I had an issue with MIDI support in wine, see 
> the following thread:
> http://forum.winehq.org/viewtopic.php?p=37671
> The solution was to install the wine-alsa package which hadn't been 
> installed in Fedora by default.
> Now, trying to make MIDI work, again I cant' find any MIDI device, 
> neither hardware nor software based. Neither winecfg nor various 
> apllications (Band in a Box, editors for MIDI hardware) show any MIDI 
> port.
> MIDI works flawlessly in Fedora 17 (64bit, but only 32bit wine 
> packages are installed); aconnect -o shows:
> Client 14: 'Midi Through' [Typ=Kernel]
>     0 'Midi Through Port-0'
> Client 16: 'TerraTec DMX6Fire' [Typ=Kernel]
>     0 'MIDI-Front DMX6fire 0'
>    32 'Wavetable DMX6fire 0'
> Client 128: 'FLUID Synth (2957)' [Typ=User]
>     0 'Synth input port (2957:0)'
> Unlike my former issue, wine-alsa (32bit) is present now.
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> Klaus

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