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    The people is not using wineasio anymore?

    Is the people using wineasio yet? or is another way to execute the vst with jack, becouse im having troubles to find the sources of that

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    Re: The people is not using wineasio anymore?

    I'm also looking for information these days.
    if I find something, I will contact you.

    bye

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    Re: The people is not using wineasio anymore?

    its attached to the first post here:

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1241187

    also

    http://pkgs.org/opensuse-11.4/packma....i586.rpm.html

    try

    sudo alien -d name-of-rpm to make a debian package and

    sudo dpkg -i name-of-deb

    run command regsvr32 wineasio.dll
    wine will confirm it has registered.

    Other are in basic google searches.
    Cheers

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    Re: The people is not using wineasio anymore?

    The rpm is only for 32 bits and the other one regserv32 cant load wineasio.dll

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    Re: The people is not using wineasio anymore?

    Quote Originally Posted by Splashmania View Post
    The rpm is only for 32 bits and the other one regserv32 cant load wineasio.dll
    Hi, in case of a typo, its regsvr32

    Did the alien-d command make a .deb?

    I would try it on all the rpms you can find via google.

    Here is a page for compiling wineasio

    http://wiki.cockos.com/wiki/index.ph...uring_WineASIO

    I would ask falk regarding latest 64 bit wine,
    there is a KX forum

    http://www.linuxmusicians.com/viewforum.php?f=47
    Cheers

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    Question Re: The people is not using wineasio anymore?

    I've copied the wineasio.dll evrywhere but it dont is loaded, one thing is i can see the library in winecfg window in the library tab i switch it but nothing happens.

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    Question Re: The people is not using wineasio anymore?

    Anyone with a trick for that?

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    Re: The people is not using wineasio anymore?

    I don't recall the specifics but I was playing with wineasio on a Kubuntu 12.04 beta release and it took a little work to figure out that usr/lib/wine was no longer the correct place for wineasio. On my 32 bit system it was now /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/wine. Copying the wineasio.dll.so binary there and running regsvr32 wineasio.dll worked.

    I'm not sure if FalkTX's debs have been updated to reflect this yet, because I haven't played with it since.

    Edit: One other point for those using wineasio - I use it with Reaper, and the past few updates of Reaper haven't quite played nice with wineasio. When upgrading an already installed Reaper, everything worked OK, but when installing for the first time on a new Kubuntu install there were problems. i could select wineasio for sound, but no inputs or outputs were listed and I would get errors when trying to play anything. Downloading and installing Reaper 4.151 from back in January allowed everything to work again.
    Last edited by eric71; May 3rd, 2012 at 10:02 AM.

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    Re: The people is not using wineasio anymore?

    wine is focused on games and office apps, so keep the old
    known-to-work versions on some media, with all the dependencies.

    I can't say that basic multitrack recording with wine and reaper
    has improved any since reaper v3.05, and wine 1.2, a tribute to those able and willing to explore new features, but without huge benefit
    to the end result.

    I have a wine 1.4 with wineasio in /usr/lib/wine
    Cheers

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    Re: The people is not using wineasio anymore?

    well if something is not evolving, we have to thow it in the trash, just like my win98 cd..pity, wineasio was nice app..

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