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

    Quote Originally Posted by proxess View Post
    You created a dependency on libjack0 when I've got a more recent one, libjack-jackd2-0. Can you compile it on libjack-jackd2-dev please?
    eeeh... it's jut I'm still on Lucid and you're on Maverick...
    The code comes from here - http://repo.or.cz/w/wineasio.git
    (direct link to download - http://repo.or.cz/w/wineasio.git/sna...b68f8ec.tar.gz)

    you'll need asio.h to compile, as usual.


    OR,
    you can just extract the content of the deb and copy it to /usr/lib/wine (or /usr/lib32/wine on 64bit pcs)

    I'm guessing since it was compiled with jack2 (1.9.6), it should work for you without problems.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by ren-hoek View Post
    Yeah, with this wineasio it works. Thanks again very much falkTX. But to be honest, on the first view i don't see a big difference in the performance, so maybe someone could explain to me the advantages of using jack+alsa in the wineconf. and wineasio in FL, instead of using only alsa and default driver in FL. Both i have to configure with high latency and even then cool stuff projects run with massive dropouts and a cpu usage sometimes about 90. Own projects work fine, but they are minimalistic compared to the cool stuff.
    This is how I got the best results so far:

    1 - Wine audio driver set to ALSA only
    2 - FL Studio driver set to WineASIO
    3 - Multithread disabled in FL Studio
    4 - Use Wine-RT patch (http://kxstudio.sourceforge.net/inde...d=56&Itemid=12)
    (included in my ppa - https://launchpad.net/~falk-t-j/+archive/lucid/)

    then running FL Studio like this:
    Code:
    cd /path/to/FLS/install
    export WINE_RT=15
    export WINE_SVR_RT=10
    chrt -f -p 1 wine FL.exe
    This is a little advanced stuff though...

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

    Quote Originally Posted by falkTX View Post
    This is how I got the best results so far:

    1 - Wine audio driver set to ALSA only
    2 - FL Studio driver set to WineASIO
    3 - Multithread disabled in FL Studio
    4 - Use Wine-RT patch (http://kxstudio.sourceforge.net/inde...d=56&Itemid=12)
    (included in my ppa - https://launchpad.net/~falk-t-j/+archive/lucid/)

    then running FL Studio like this:
    Code:
    cd /path/to/FLS/install
    export WINE_RT=15
    export WINE_SVR_RT=10
    chrt -f -p 1 wine FL.exe
    This is a little advanced stuff though...
    can you convert the code into a single command, that can be executed from a custom launcher, because it will be a lot easier

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Totalchaos View Post
    can you convert the code into a single command, that can be executed from a custom launcher, because it will be a lot easier
    I'll probably create a script for all this soon...

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

    Quote Originally Posted by falkTX View Post
    eeeh... it's jut I'm still on Lucid and you're on Maverick...
    The code comes from here - http://repo.or.cz/w/wineasio.git
    (direct link to download - http://repo.or.cz/w/wineasio.git/sna...b68f8ec.tar.gz)

    you'll need asio.h to compile, as usual.


    OR,
    you can just extract the content of the deb and copy it to /usr/lib/wine (or /usr/lib32/wine on 64bit pcs)

    I'm guessing since it was compiled with jack2 (1.9.6), it should work for you without problems.
    Hello!

    First of all, thank you for the HOWTO.

    I'm not using FL Studio, but foobar2000.

    I tried to compile wineasio from source, compile succeeded, it registered successfully, but I cannot get it to work.

    I can see the Wine Jack DirectSound Driver in the app (foobar2000 in my case), but when I try to play anything, it just freezes and then gives me an error.

    I also tried to use the .dll from wineasio-beta_0.9.0~beta0-1+build5_amd64.deb, but I got the same result.

    Using jackd 1.9.6 and Wine 1.3.7 under Maverick 64-bit.

    I have to downgrade to Jack 1 in order to make it work.

    Any ideas what could be wrong?

    Thanks in advance,

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

    Quote Originally Posted by LuisUK View Post
    Hello!

    First of all, thank you for the HOWTO.

    I'm not using FL Studio, but foobar2000.

    I tried to compile wineasio from source, compile succeeded, it registered successfully, but I cannot get it to work.

    I can see the Wine Jack DirectSound Driver in the app (foobar2000 in my case), but when I try to play anything, it just freezes and then gives me an error.

    I also tried to use the .dll from wineasio-beta_0.9.0~beta0-1+build5_amd64.deb, but I got the same result.

    Using jackd 1.9.6 and Wine 1.3.7 under Maverick 64-bit.

    I have to downgrade to Jack 1 in order to make it work.

    Any ideas what could be wrong?

    Thanks in advance,

    I wonder why this never happens to me...

    LuisUK, you're not doing anything wrong. We are just missing something...

    Can you try enable jack audio in Wine config, try again, then enable ALSA and re-try?

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    Quote Originally Posted by falkTX View Post
    I wonder why this never happens to me...

    LuisUK, you're not doing anything wrong. We are just missing something...

    Can you try enable jack audio in Wine config, try again, then enable ALSA and re-try?
    If I enable only ALSA, it will play through pulseaudio-jack.

    If I enable only Jack or both Jack and ALSA, and then select Wine Jack DirectSound Driver, playback freezes and foobar will give me an error.

    If I try to install wineasio (through Synaptic or GDebi), it removes jack 2 along with most audio programs, and installs jack 1, which (strangely enough) works with wineasio.

    I also installed the latest wine ( 1.3.8 ), and tried to recompile jack and wineasio from source, but to no avail.

    I guess that wineasio and jack 2 just won't work for me...

    Is there anything else I should try?

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

    I vote for jack1. Jack1 is not a worse jack, neither is obsolete. Don't get fooled by names. It is just a different implementation of jack which by the way is much more tested and more solid in general. Both implementations of jack are under active development. They are different from each other in some details though. If you are curious about this, visit the jackaudio website.

    Cheers, Pablo

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

    Quote Originally Posted by LuisUK View Post
    If I enable only ALSA, it will play through pulseaudio-jack.

    If I enable only Jack or both Jack and ALSA, and then select Wine Jack DirectSound Driver, playback freezes and foobar will give me an error.

    If I try to install wineasio (through Synaptic or GDebi), it removes jack 2 along with most audio programs, and installs jack 1, which (strangely enough) works with wineasio.

    I also installed the latest wine ( 1.3.8 ), and tried to recompile jack and wineasio from source, but to no avail.

    I guess that wineasio and jack 2 just won't work for me...

    Is there anything else I should try?
    Jack2 is not the issue. It's just that I'm using Lucid and you're in maverick, so packages sometimes conflict.
    And I'm using Jack2 anyway, so I know it works with Jack2.

    Can you try a fresh wineprefix?

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

    Quote Originally Posted by falkTX View Post
    Jack2 is not the issue. It's just that I'm using Lucid and you're in maverick, so packages sometimes conflict.
    And I'm using Jack2 anyway, so I know it works with Jack2.

    Can you try a fresh wineprefix?
    Do you mean rm -rf ~/.wine?

    Will try that and see if it helps.

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