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This turned out to be a great idea. With a live USB stick of ubuntustudio,
my keyboard works out of the box !!!
Checked the modules and snd-seq-midi is present with the live USB stick.
Rebooted without the live USB stick and I can now confirm that snd-seq-midi
is missing whereas it shouldn't be.
How can i get it back ?
2012/9/18 Pedro Lopez-Cabanillas
> On Monday 17 September 2012, jy wrote:
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Hi Pedro, This turned out to be a great idea. With a live USB stick=
of ubuntustudio, my keyboard works out of the box !!!Checked the modul=
es and snd-seq-midi is present with the live USB stick.Rebooted wit=
hout the live USB stick and I can now confirm that snd-seq-midi is missing =
whereas it shouldn't be.
How can i get it back ?jy201=
2/9/18 Pedro Lopez-Cabanillas <pedro.lopez.cabanillas@gmail=
On Monday 17 September 201=
2, jy wrote:
And here is the list of files that are installed by that package:
Two observations: there is no module "usbcore.ko" for this kernel=
, but there
is one named "snd-seq-midi.ko". You may check if the file is miss=
ing in your
machine, or it is corrupt.
Another easy verification that you can do is: start the machine with a live=
CD/DVD disk, checking lsmod before and after you plug the keyboard.
Beware that the module file name is "snd-seq-midi" (with "-&=
quot;), but lsmod
prints "snd_seq_midi" (with "_").
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