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    Re: WineASIO 0.7.4 - 32 and 64 bit DEBs here

    Hi - help.
    Having trouble with installing wineasio on Hardy. Had a great set up Reaper in Wine before & lost it. Just tried installing deb 32 bit package.
    Terminal reads as below ;
    md@Linux:~$ regsvr32 wineasio.dll
    err:winedevice:ServiceMain driver L"AFS2K" failed to load
    err:module:load_builtin_dll failed to load .so lib for builtin L"wineasio.dll": /usr/bin/../lib/wine/wineasio.dll.so: undefined symbol: jack_client_real_time_priority
    Failed to load DLL wineasio.dll

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    Hoping Linux isn't blocking these drivers for some reason.

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    Re: WineASIO 0.7.4 - 32 and 64 bit DEBs here

    Quote Originally Posted by mdharp View Post
    Hi - help.
    Having trouble with installing wineasio on Hardy. Had a great set up Reaper in Wine before & lost it. Just tried installing deb 32 bit package.
    Terminal reads as below ;
    md@Linux:~$ regsvr32 wineasio.dll
    err:winedevice:ServiceMain driver L"AFS2K" failed to load
    err:module:load_builtin_dll failed to load .so lib for builtin L"wineasio.dll": /usr/bin/../lib/wine/wineasio.dll.so: undefined symbol: jack_client_real_time_priority
    Failed to load DLL wineasio.dll

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    Hoping Linux isn't blocking these drivers for some reason.
    You're probably using a (very) old version of Jack.
    Please upgrade your system

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    Talking Re: WineASIO 0.7.4 - 32 and 64 bit DEBs here

    Thanks a lot !
    I just install it, run the command, and Reaktor 5 works perfectly on my kubuntu 10.04 64bits
    With my midi keyboard.
    it uses jackd.

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    Re: WineASIO 0.7.4 - 32 and 64 bit DEBs here

    so, it seems like a very dumb question, I know... but how do I know if my ubuntu system installed as 32 or 64? When I installed, it just did it's thing and never let me choose.. so, I'm not really sure what package to install

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    Re: WineASIO 0.7.4 - 32 and 64 bit DEBs here

    If you don't know, you most probably have 32 bit. It is not a thing you can choose at installation but you have to decide before you burn the installer CD. Launch:

    uname -m

    in a terminal. If you see i686 is 32 bit.

    Cheers! Pablo

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    Re: WineASIO 0.7.4 - 32 and 64 bit DEBs here

    Hey guys, I've been facing a problem here:

    I'm using an ubuntu 10.04 amd64bit version and I've installed the wineasio 0.7.5 deb package for 64 bit architecture, but when I type the command:

    regsvr32 wineasio.dll.so
    I got this error message:

    Failed to load DLL wineasio.dll.so
    Do anybody have any idea of what's going on?

    Cheers,
    Marco

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    Smile Re: WineASIO 0.7.4 - 32 and 64 bit DEBs here

    Quote Originally Posted by marconbr View Post
    Hey guys, I've been facing a problem here:

    I'm using an ubuntu 10.04 amd64bit version and I've installed the wineasio 0.7.5 deb package for 64 bit architecture, but when I type the command:

    I got this error message:

    Do anybody have any idea of what's going on?

    Cheers,
    Marco

    Make sure wine has been installed before running the regsvr32 wineasio.dll command

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    Unhappy Re: WineASIO 0.7.4 - 32 and 64 bit DEBs here

    Thanks for sharing the DEBS!

    I have got Guitar Rig 4 running successfully on Ubuntu 10.10 32 bit, however, in my AMD64 machine (Ubuntu Studio 10.10) it crashes when I try to select the ASIO driver from the program. It works if I didn't select de ASIO driver but then, I can't make the connection to Jack.

    I am using the same audio interface (Edirol UA-25) in both systems and I've tried different configurations in Jack without luck. What is different though, is that in Ubuntu 10.10, wine gets installed in "/usr/lib" while in Ubuntu Studio AMD64 it's put in "/usr/lib32" instead. I wonder if this is why Guitar Rig can't see the ASIO driver.

    I've spent the weekend trying to sort it out . I really need to get it running on the AMD64 machine as this is my main computer.

    Any idea or suggestion would be very much appreciated.

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    Re: WineASIO 0.7.4 - 32 and 64 bit DEBs here

    Hi, in the .wine folder, make sure you have the folders

    Program Files/Steinberg/VstPlugins

    Put all your vst plugin .dll files in VstPlugins.

    Install Reaper in your /home/username folder, then use its preferences
    to select wineasio as the asio device, and have it scan your VstPlugins
    folders to find the plugins. There are tons of youtubes to visualize this,
    but in reaper, search menus, and right-left-middle click in every space, to see what appears. Reaper is at this point, the only sensible way to fully utilize multiple vsts in a project in linux, noting that Cantabile, MULAB, FLStudio, and others, may be good backup options.

    Thw whole Reaper output can be treated as a single separate instrument, and mixed/routed/recorded with linux instruments like phasex, hydrogen, yoshimi/zynaddsubfx, using qjackctl, patchage, perhaps some others.

    Plugins with dongles, ilok, and pace copy protection are best left to
    windows/mac. 90% of the rest work fine, a very few Synthmaker, or
    Synth Edit plugins fail.
    Cheers

    google these 3 terms

    wineasio reaper 2010

    for tons of info
    Last edited by sgx; December 20th, 2010 at 05:07 AM. Reason: clazy

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    Re: WineASIO 0.7.4 - 32 and 64 bit DEBs here

    Quote Originally Posted by sgx View Post
    Hi, in the .wine folder, make sure you have the folders

    Program Files/Steinberg/VstPlugins

    Put all your vst plugin .dll files in VstPlugins.

    Install Reaper in your /home/username folder, then use its preferences
    to select wineasio as the asio device, and have it scan your VstPlugins
    folders to find the plugins. There are tons of youtubes to visualize this,
    but in reaper, search menus, and right-left-middle click in every space, to see what appears. Reaper is at this point, the only sensible way to fully utilize multiple vsts in a project in linux, noting that Cantabile, MULAB, FLStudio, and others, may be good backup options.

    Thw whole Reaper output can be treated as a single separate instrument, and mixed/routed/recorded with linux instruments like phasex, hydrogen, yoshimi/zynaddsubfx, using qjackctl, patchage, perhaps some others.

    Plugins with dongles, ilok, and pace copy protection are best left to
    windows/mac. 90% of the rest work fine, a very few Synthmaker, or
    Synth Edit plugins fail.
    Cheers

    google these 3 terms

    wineasio reaper 2010

    for tons of info
    Thanks for the fast reply!

    I've never heard of Reaper before, googled it and found that it's a DAW. My intention is to use Ardour as my DAW and Jack to make the connection with Guitar Rig. I am familiar with Ardour and woudn't like to re-learn how to do things in Reaper. Also, I try to stay away from commercial software as much a I can (I know, but I don't have a good alternative to Guitar Rig ).

    I have installed Wine 1.3.9 and wineasio 0.9 beta and GR does not crash anymore when selecting the ASIO driver, however, Jack can't see the application yet

    Any other suggestion?
    Last edited by Kitoo; December 21st, 2010 at 01:30 AM. Reason: BTW: I tried installing the vst plugins in the suggested path but didn't make a difference.

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