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    Re: Error messages in installing FL Studios in Jaunty

    Quote Originally Posted by Incubus2012 View Post
    Hello everyone,
    In the process of trying to install FL Studio 9 in Ubuntu Jaunty (64-bit HP)
    I seem to be running into some last min. errors After I installed FLS 9
    When I open it up I get this error message:

    'Couldn't create the direct sound main object'

    that happens so when it opens up there is no sound when I press to play the demo?

    anyone have some clues to what is taking place, and if so could you please help me out?

    Thank you for your time

    Nathan
    You haven't started "Jack" yet. Configure the "Jack" using 'Jack Control' then press start, before opening the FL Studio.

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    Re: Error messages in installing FL Studios in Jaunty

    Thank you FalkTX,
    That brought the sound in.
    Do we Ubuntu users always have to press start before opening FLS 9 every time?

    The sound works now however, there are other anomalies taking place that I do not understand.
    Please help me out, I will try to explain this the best to my ability.

    When FL Studio 9 Setup is running and the installation is taking place it first asks me where do I want to install FLS9 in (what folder?)
    The destination defult folder it selects is:
    z:\home\nathan\FL Studio 9

    is that right? or should I be browsing for another location?

    Next, when installing VSTi plugins
    the destination defult folder is"
    c:\Program Files\vstplugins

    is that right? It seems that they are in two different folders and that is why I might be getting error messages still?

    During the install process after I just click next and choose the default folders to install in
    @ create folder: z:\home\nathan\FL Studio 9
    @create folder: c:\programfiles\outsim\synthmaker
    @create folder: c:\Programfiles\Image-line\Hardcore
    I get error messages that come up and say:

    'Cannot read access control list
    Error code 1400"

    Do you know what that means, and could you please help me fix it.
    Thank you for you time and expertise
    Nathan

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    Re: Error messages in installing FL Studios in Jaunty

    Quote Originally Posted by Incubus2012 View Post
    Thank you FalkTX,
    That brought the sound in.
    Do we Ubuntu users always have to press start before opening FLS 9 every time?

    The sound works now however, there are other anomalies taking place that I do not understand.
    Please help me out, I will try to explain this the best to my ability.

    When FL Studio 9 Setup is running and the installation is taking place it first asks me where do I want to install FLS9 in (what folder?)
    The destination defult folder it selects is:
    z:\home\nathan\FL Studio 9

    is that right? or should I be browsing for another location?

    Next, when installing VSTi plugins
    the destination defult folder is"
    c:\Program Files\vstplugins

    is that right? It seems that they are in two different folders and that is why I might be getting error messages still?

    During the install process after I just click next and choose the default folders to install in
    @ create folder: z:\home\nathan\FL Studio 9
    @create folder: c:\programfiles\outsim\synthmaker
    @create folder: c:\Programfiles\Image-line\Hardcore
    I get error messages that come up and say:

    'Cannot read access control list
    Error code 1400"

    Do you know what that means, and could you please help me fix it.
    Thank you for you time and expertise
    Nathan
    Have you *fully* read my tutorial...?

    Like I say in there, that's normal.
    Your folders locations are fine

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Stochastic View Post
    sweet! that's so much easier than
    Code:
    sudo apt-get install lmms
    - sorry for the sarcasm.
    Yeah, but sometimes it feels more fun to abuse expensive windoze softwarez

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    Re: Error messages in installing FL Studios in Jaunty

    Quote Originally Posted by falkTX View Post
    Have you *fully* read my tutorial...?

    Like I say in there, that's normal.
    Your folders locations are fine
    Sometimes a particular collection of hardware/software requires that
    the app is installed in

    /home/username/.wine/drive_c/Program Files,

    and that the .dll files are in

    /home/username/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/Steinberg/VstPlugins

    and some need the main folder (containing all subfolders) to be in

    /home/username/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/Steinberg/VstPlugins.

    Also some plugins not part of a DAW suite behave the same way, and
    a few may even need their .fxb files to be inside the plugin folder.

    So it behoves one to experiment, the vast differences in systems ensures
    that some things are best not carved in stone.

    Cheers

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

    Thanks a lot for this how-to! this simly great!

    I just have a problem when I try to run FL Studio with jack in real-time (I have UbuntuStudio9.04, with real-time kernel configured and working fine with other apps).

    I launch Jack with the real-time option checked and it starts normally but when I start FLStudio9, it appears in the qjackctl connections' window and then suddently disappears...

    This is the output of the terminal when I lauch FL.exe
    Code:
    fixme:win:RegisterDeviceNotificationW (hwnd=0x147f48, filter=0x93ea28,flags=0x00000001),
        returns a fake device notification handle!
    fixme:wave:ALSA_ComputeCaps Device has a minimum of 2 channels
    fixme:mixer:ALSA_MixerInit No master control found on USB Device 0x46d:0x8da, disabling mixer
    fixme:win:LockWindowUpdate (0x2003a), partial stub!
    fixme:win:LockWindowUpdate ((nil)), partial stub!
    fixme:bitblt:client_side_dib_copy potential optimization: pixel format conversion
    jack_client_thread zombified - exiting from JACK
    fixme:xrender:X11DRV_AlphaBlend not a 32 bpp dibsection
    ^Cfixme:xrender:X11DRV_AlphaBlend not a 32 bpp dibsection
    ^Cfixme:asio:DllCanUnloadNow (void): stub
    fixme:font:WineEngRemoveFontResourceEx :stub
    fixme:font:WineEngRemoveFontResourceEx :stub
    fixme:font:WineEngRemoveFontResourceEx :stub
    fixme:asio:DllCanUnloadNow (void): stub
    And it's working fine whithout real-time...

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Shuur View Post
    Thanks a lot for this how-to! this simly great!

    I just have a problem when I try to run FL Studio with jack in real-time (I have UbuntuStudio9.04, with real-time kernel configured and working fine with other apps).

    I launch Jack with the real-time option checked and it starts normally but when I start FLStudio9, it appears in the qjackctl connections' window and then suddently disappears...

    This is the output of the terminal when I lauch FL.exe
    Code:
    fixme:win:RegisterDeviceNotificationW (hwnd=0x147f48, filter=0x93ea28,flags=0x00000001),
        returns a fake device notification handle!
    fixme:wave:ALSA_ComputeCaps Device has a minimum of 2 channels
    fixme:mixer:ALSA_MixerInit No master control found on USB Device 0x46d:0x8da, disabling mixer
    fixme:win:LockWindowUpdate (0x2003a), partial stub!
    fixme:win:LockWindowUpdate ((nil)), partial stub!
    fixme:bitblt:client_side_dib_copy potential optimization: pixel format conversion
    jack_client_thread zombified - exiting from JACK
    fixme:xrender:X11DRV_AlphaBlend not a 32 bpp dibsection
    ^Cfixme:xrender:X11DRV_AlphaBlend not a 32 bpp dibsection
    ^Cfixme:asio:DllCanUnloadNow (void): stub
    fixme:font:WineEngRemoveFontResourceEx :stub
    fixme:font:WineEngRemoveFontResourceEx :stub
    fixme:font:WineEngRemoveFontResourceEx :stub
    fixme:asio:DllCanUnloadNow (void): stub
    And it's working fine whithout real-time...

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!
    I had the same problem before, and I fixed it, but I can't remember how...
    (I had to re-format my HD)

    Try messing around with the Jack settings.
    Does it work fine without realtime?

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

    Quote Originally Posted by falkTX View Post
    I had the same problem before, and I fixed it, but I can't remember how...
    (I had to re-format my HD)

    Try messing around with the Jack settings.
    Does it work fine without realtime?
    Ok, at least I know that there is a solution.
    And yes It is working fine without real-time, but it's quite laggy....

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

    I had no sound at first either. BUT here's what i did. I checked first to find that in the wine config under audio, both ALSA and jack were checked. even though i had only checked jack. fixed that. THEN i checked in FL Studio and found that under the audio tab that it was set to WINEASIO as a output device..changed that to "primary sound device" and wahla! sound!! much beautiful sound!


    You absolutely rock dude. I had bought FLStudio back when it was Fruity Loops! I finally purchased the producers edition in 2001 and then ...well moved to Linux. FL Studio was the only thing tying me to windows. I made the sacrifice and moved anyways. now!!! i have FL Studio back!!! FL Studio 9 Registered and fully functional!! (if you don't have a registered copy it is the only software that is worth the purchase because Image-Line gives LIFETIME updates!!) still playing with buffer and latency for those heavy hammered, gazillion track songs that are there. If I can adjust the latency to work with a heavy load then small production should be juice. adjusting the buffer in both Jack and FLStudio helps. still fine tuning

    here's playing a sample track in REALTIME using JACK!! Thank you for all your efforts!

    p.s. If you are a dedicated FL user then i recommend buying the FL Studio Bible from Image-Line as well. it's worth it too!! AND LMMS is no where close to FL Studio yet...but they are working on it..
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    "The box said 'For Windows 98 or better', So I loaded Linux"

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

    I just updated the first post.

    Changes are:
    1 - For karmic, use the ubuntu-wine PPA to get the latest version
    2 - Added vcrun2005 and vcrun2008 to the dlls to install via winetricks
    3 - Added "Step 7" (optional), use Jack for ALL applications
    4 - Updated the patchbay file (This one is more complete and *really* works. Re-Download recommended)

    Enjoy!

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