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Creating Multimedia with FreeBSD

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by DwBSD, Aug 21, 2012.

  1. DwBSD

    DwBSD New Member

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    Good morning ;), I Posses one sound card and mixer DJ Hercules Console Mk2, and is very good, in Linux the works quite good :e, and mixxx is supported :) very good, but the program hdjcpl that is panel of control the this sound card not found good in versions news of Linux, only works good, in the Mandriva 2009.
    Installing the drivers of Fedora 10 (FreeBSD have support of Linux binaries corresponding the versión Fedora core 10, works the drivers and hdjcpl in the FreeBSD with emulation binary of Linux?, otherwise, how could run hdjcpl and it detects the card / mixer DJ?, And regarding FreeBSD Mixxx Does the midi device detected as if I install the drivers RPM?
    On the other hand I need something like that qjackctl is sioncronice with FreeBSD audio server not to put obstacles to each other, and work synchronously and Qtractor I guess not, so I'll have to settle for the Rosegarden and ardor right?
    regards
     
  2. SirDice

    SirDice Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    You cannot use Linux drivers on FreeBSD. The kernel is just too different.

    The Linux emulation layer only works for userland applications.
     
  3. lme@

    lme@ Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator Developer

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    To be more precise: multimedia/webcamd can use unpatched Linux drivers for Webcams, IR remotes and Wacom drawing tablets.
    Maybe it would also be possible to use your device with it, but you should ask hps@.
     
  4. DwBSD

    DwBSD New Member

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    Thanks

    Ok, bone, who installing webcamd well do you vera USB sound card charging Mixxx implementation of BSD?, if the ports was clear as to the application of hdjcpl is what I meant with the fedora drivers core 10 if that particular application worked well, and I will leave well
    http://bp3.blogger.com/_qEKnhAmgZ5I/RzLiZhW9ItI/AAAAAAAAACE/a0yz96yVe5k/s320/1.gif
    And thus not
    http://s3.subirimagenes.com:81/imagen/previo/thump_7662979pantallazo1.png
    Since only the first screen I get on well with other versions Mandriva 2009, newer I get the second one is to say that connect the usb hercules we do not see it
    greetings and thanks.
     
  5. lme@

    lme@ Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator Developer

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    sorry, ENOPARSRE.
     
  6. DwBSD

    DwBSD New Member

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    What?, :q, sorry me not understand what you say
     
  7. lme@

    lme@ Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator Developer

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    I thought the same when I read your second post. :)
     
  8. DwBSD

    DwBSD New Member

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    Let's see you explain it better, let's see Hercules DJ console has a progtrama which is something like a control panel to control the issue of microphone and line inputs, well that program in new versions of Linux do not find the sound card, which is the second link of the image that I put in the second post, and the first is the image that would have to leave if tarejta detected the sound well, which asked if there is any way to run the program in BSD rpm installing drivers and software that came hdjcpl to ask, more doubt?
    http://bp3.blogger.com/_qEKnhAmgZ5I/...e5k/s320/1.gif
    This link is the image that would come out if all went well, but in the newer versions as change the systenv by sistemd apparently is another type of boot or otherwise detect the hardware and the program uses the System V and is unable to see the sound card in fact if you put hdjcpl -d and nothing comes mandriva 2009 if you understand what I mean now?

    I had the idea that drivers will not work on BSD Linux So much, the thing is I was wondering if the BSD Mixxx (if included in the ports of course), would work with the USB audio driver generic BSD and then the control panel installed redhat RPMs (in this case I see that support is based on Fedora) and use the control panel of Linux and BSD Mixxx now at last?.

    regards