Possible to use over the network? #1

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opened 1 year ago by sirjohndfox · 1 comments

I'm trying to confugiure my mioXL connected on the LAN. I have rtpmidi port exposed in alsa, but it doesn't seem to be working? I noticed in the code that there's an empty rtpmidi function. Is the only way to use this device from linux to connect it via usb?

Thanks for your work.

I'm trying to confugiure my mioXL connected on the LAN. I have rtpmidi port exposed in alsa, but it doesn't seem to be working? I noticed in the code that there's an empty rtpmidi function. Is the only way to use this device from linux to connect it via usb? Thanks for your work.
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mioctl doesn't itself know anything about configuring over the network currently, but in theory it should be possible to use an externally configured RTP port by specifying it via --mioport. There's currently no nice way to list the available port names, but you can get them with something like:

python -c "import mido; mido.set_backend('mido.backends.portmidi'); print(mido.get_input_names())"

If you see your RTP port in that list, try passing that name (with single quotes and all) to --mioport.

mioctl doesn't itself know anything about configuring over the network currently, but in theory it should be possible to use an externally configured RTP port by specifying it via --mioport. There's currently no nice way to list the available port names, but you can get them with something like: `python -c "import mido; mido.set_backend('mido.backends.portmidi'); print(mido.get_input_names())"` If you see your RTP port in that list, try passing that name (with single quotes and all) to --mioport.
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