[SDL] [OT slighly] SDL_Mixer and timidity -- need help
Peter Jay Salzman
p at dirac.org
Mon Dec 15 11:18:01 PST 2003
doom legacy's SDL based executable, lsdldoom, uses SDL_mixer to play the
background midi music.
i'm trying to figure out why doom legacy doesn't play the nice
background midi music when i play doom on my debian testing system.
there is a thread on newdoom.com about this:
supposedly, there's an environment variable that tells SDL_mixer where
timidity is, but i'm having trouble finding what this environment
variable is. does anybody know?
in addition, i'm having a very difficult time trying to verify that
SDL_mixer knows ANYTHING about timidity at all!
p at satan$ cd /usr/lib
p at satan$ grep -i timidity *SDL*
p at satan$ strings *SDL* | grep -i timidity
p at satan$ cd /usr/include/SDL/
p at satan$ grep -i timidity *
p at satan$
nothing. there's no sign that anything in SDL knows anything about
timidity at all.
here's the packages installed on my debian testing system:
p at satan$ COLUMNS=110 dpkg -l "libsdl*" | grep -v 'no description available'
libsdl-image1.2 1.2.3-2 image loading library for Simple Di
libsdl-image1.2-dev 1.2.3-2 development files for SDL 1.2 image
libsdl-mixer1.2 1.2.5-3 mixer library for Simple DirectMedi
libsdl-mixer1.2-dev 1.2.5-3 development files for SDL1.2 mixer
libsdl-net1.2 1.2.5-3 network library for Simple DirectMe
libsdl-net1.2-dev 1.2.5-3 Development files for SDL network l
libsdl-ttf1.2 1.2.2-5 TrueType font library for Simple Di
libsdl-ttf1.2-dev 1.2.2-5 development files for libsdl-ttf1.2
libsdl1.2-dev 1.2.6-2 Simple DirectMedia Layer developmen
libsdl1.2debian 1.2.6-2 Simple DirectMedia Layer
libsdl1.2debian-all 1.2.6-2 Simple DirectMedia Layer (with all
any ideas why doom legacy's lsdldoom isn't playing midi?
should i be seeing references to timidity in the strings output of SDL_mixer?
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