Re: [xl7] Re: Prodatum-Linux help!
In linux it might be ~/.prodatum or something similarOn Jun 17, 2013 7:24 PM, "ackack1020" <sackley85@...> wrote:
Cheers! Will give that a shot.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Royce" <rpcfender@...> wrote:
> There has been a bit of a Midi problem with downloading the ROM patch
> etc names from the synths.
> Jan collected all the commercial (is there any other kind?) ROM names
> and they can be found here
> Unzip and place all the files in the unzipped prodatum folder into your
> home directory.
> In WinXp it is C:\Document and Settings\name\Application Data\Proteum,
> not sure what it is in Linux .
> Proteum should look there first before trying to download from the
> Not sure why Jan didn't just install all of them.
> All the best
> --- In email@example.com, "ackack1020" wrote:
> > Hey list,
> > Has anyone had success with Prodatum on Linux recently? I've been
> trying, but getting weird behavior. Doubt anyone has the exact same
> setup, but any input is appreciated.
> > Ubuntu 12.04 with KXStudio packages
> > NI AudioKontrol1 interface
> > MP7 (with both MIDI in and out hooked up to AK1)
> > I've tried prodatum 1.0.1 and 0.99, which both open, and automatically
> bring up the "open device" dialog. I can select my midi i/o options and
> get my two ROMs (Mo'Phatt and XLead V2) to show up, but when I click
> 'Open' it seems to hang. Once it filled up the loading bar, but still
> hung up right at the end. When I unplugged everything and went to the CS
> I found it was on Multisetup 63... Is there anything I'm obviously
> missing? I could boot up W7, but like my ubuntu side more...
> > Would love to be able to program with prodatum! Help!