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    Re: HOW-TO: FL Studio 9 in Ubuntu (using Wine)

    Quote Originally Posted by LuisUK View Post
    Do you mean rm -rf ~/.wine?

    Will try that and see if it helps.
    no, I mean this:
    Code:
    export WINEPREFIX=~/.wine_test
    wineboot
    wine <apps>
    This will create another directory for wine stuff (.wine_test) so you can test things there.
    Make sure you always export WINEPREFIX and that you run all apps from that terminal (the one with the 'export')

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    Re: HOW-TO: FL Studio 9 in Ubuntu (using Wine)

    Quote Originally Posted by falkTX View Post
    no, I mean this:
    Code:
    export WINEPREFIX=~/.wine_test
    wineboot
    wine <apps>
    This will create another directory for wine stuff (.wine_test) so you can test things there.
    Make sure you always export WINEPREFIX and that you run all apps from that terminal (the one with the 'export')
    OK, tried that, but it makes no difference.

    I noticed that wineasio depends on libjack0, which conflicts libjack2-0 (the library that installs along with Jack 2).

    I managed to make it work by installing jack2_1.9.6+ladifixes3-0 with --force-all, over the existing Jack 2, but I had to remove some dependencies from it.

    I also had to remove some dependencies from wineasio 0.9 beta before i could install it.

    I know it's not the most elegant solution, but it seemed to do the trick.

    Nevertheless, it would be nice to find a way of making it work with the Jack 2 in the official Ubuntustudio repository.

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    Question Re: HOW-TO: FL Studio 9 in Ubuntu (using Wine)

    How is it that you guys have to go through all this trouble?

    I just wine installed FL Studio 9.1 and it worked perfectly

    Im on Ubuntu 10.10

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    Re: HOW-TO: FL Studio 9 in Ubuntu (using Wine)

    Quote Originally Posted by LuisUK View Post
    OK, tried that, but it makes no difference.

    I noticed that wineasio depends on libjack0, which conflicts libjack2-0 (the library that installs along with Jack 2).

    I managed to make it work by installing jack2_1.9.6+ladifixes3-0 with --force-all, over the existing Jack 2, but I had to remove some dependencies from it.

    I also had to remove some dependencies from wineasio 0.9 beta before i could install it.

    I know it's not the most elegant solution, but it seemed to do the trick.

    Nevertheless, it would be nice to find a way of making it work with the Jack 2 in the official Ubuntustudio repository.

    Please dont install Lucid packages in Maverick...

    You can just extract the content of the debs and install the driver yourself:
    Code:
    dpkg -x <some-dir> /path/to/wineasio.deb
    go into the extracted folder, look for wineasio.so and copy it to the right place (/usr/lib/wine or /usr/lib32/wine)

    as simple as that

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    Re: HOW-TO: FL Studio 9 in Ubuntu (using Wine)

    For me everything works fine now ! (Ubuntu 10.10 32 bits , Fl studio 9.1 )

    You have to use jackd1 instead of jackd2 drivers in synaptic installer;

    For wineasio use 0.8.1 version : http://sourceforge.net/projects/kxst...t.deb/download

    (wineasio 0.9.0 dont work for my system)


    And thanks for the tut !
    Last edited by krazh; December 9th, 2010 at 03:33 AM.

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    Re: HOW-TO: FL Studio 9 in Ubuntu (using Wine)

    Yes thank you!

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    Re: HOW-TO: FL Studio 9 in Ubuntu (using Wine)

    I'll be trying that later on then!
    Laptop: i7 4800MQ 2.7GHz (~3.7GHz); 2x 4GB Kingston HyperX Genesis 1600MHz; Nvidia 780M 4GB; Crucial M4 256GB SSD; Ubuntu 14.04 LTS x64 and Windows 8.1 x64.
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    Re: HOW-TO: FL Studio 9 in Ubuntu (using Wine)

    Krazh my hero!!! Working like a charm! Input on my UGM96 and output on my Steelseries 7.1!

    EDIT: I even got Guitar Rig 4 working very nicely! The only thing I wasn't able to do was use Guitar Rig as a VST in FL Studio. There were no input channels for some reason...
    Last edited by proxess; December 17th, 2010 at 09:30 AM.
    Laptop: i7 4800MQ 2.7GHz (~3.7GHz); 2x 4GB Kingston HyperX Genesis 1600MHz; Nvidia 780M 4GB; Crucial M4 256GB SSD; Ubuntu 14.04 LTS x64 and Windows 8.1 x64.
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    Re: HOW-TO: FL Studio 9 in Ubuntu (using Wine)

    hi i m new to the linux thing and i dont know much plz explain to me where do i have to enter those codes you got in the boxes there? i got a good feeling that your "small" guide on how to install fl studio will help me thank you very much

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    Re: HOW-TO: FL Studio 9 in Ubuntu (using Wine)

    Hi, you type or copy/paste commands in a terminal window. Some commands
    require the root password, using 'sudo', so in ubuntu, type

    sudo synaptic to start the synaptic software installer/uninstaller
    and it will ask for your password

    or

    sudo dpkg -i yoshimi_0.056~autostatic1_i386.deb

    to install a downloaded debian software package

    linux allows us to command our computers, the giant corporate operating systems cater to a low common denominator of casual users
    who prefer not to look under the hood, and tune the engine. If windows had
    a terminal on the desktop, there would be chaos in a matter of hours!
    Cheers

    Check the system menus if there is not a terminal icon on your taskbar or desktop.
    gnome-terminal is a nice and full-featured, supports copy/paste from the other apps
    Last edited by sgx; December 18th, 2010 at 11:50 PM. Reason: clarity

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