On Fri, May 2, 2008 at 5:44 AM, Steve Lindsay
> On Wed, Apr 30, 2008 at 5:13 AM, simone www.io-sound.org
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > hallo
> > -jack on Ubuntu doesn t come with MIDI support
> This is true, however the vast majority of applications are still
> using alsa midi (jack midi is very recent).
> What app are you trying to use that requires jack midi?
ok i am sorry i meant JACK-RACK not JACK
> > -how is it possible that it asks for jack >= 0.50.0 when the latest stable
> > release is 1.4.6 ?
> To me that looks like you're compiling jack-rack, which is a different
> thing from jack. And it looks like jack-rack has a dependency on jack
> that can only be met by version >= 0.50.
> I'd say make sure you really need to compile jack before you go down
> that path, much easier to just use the stuff from the repo's.
sorry for misleading, anyway for all those who need to have midi
support for jack-rack (in ubuntu studio) you need to compile from
source and solve a few dependancies.
Now that i have jack-rack with MIDI support i amstill puzzled by a
little thing: i can map sliders to my MIDI controller but i am not
able to map buttons;i do it as usual, right click and get the midi
assignment stripe, assign it to a note but it won t work.This is not
related to ubuntu studio cause i have the same behaviour on
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