[Linux] Looking for a quick command line synthesizer for batch converting midi files
when compositing, I use midge for creating my midi files. When I am done, I
spend time on editing the score, etc. but during the composition, I would like
some "quick and dirty" tool for checking if everything is OK. I am aware of
the timidity/fluidsynth method, but I wonder if there is some command-line
synthesizer that could read a midi file and do the job. Remember I don't
need high-quality at this stage; maybe some neutral organ sound could be fine.
Linux is being used. Regards,
> I am aware of the timidity/fluidsynth method, but I wonder ...[News] A Look at the State of Enlightenment and GUIless/Command-line-only Linux
Seek Enlightenment for an easy-to-use Linux GUI
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| There are numerous reasons to become an Enlightenment user:
| * You need a GUI on an older machine that is not powerful enough to run
| the more resource-intensive KDE or GNOME
| * You want something a little different
| * You want to control users so they only have access to certain
| * You want a GUI that is stable, fast, and flexible
| Those reasons may not be show-stoppers, nor will they see IT departments
| migrating hundreds or thousands of desktops to Enlightenment, bu...Getting started with Linux and command line commands
Getting started with Linux and command line commands
Helps the gradual user to gradually get into Linux.
Also lots of tips the Burson-Marstelar employees who are
bound to struggle with Linux despite their incessant bleating
because they don't know their Linux and would dearly love to learn.
On Wed, 09 May 2012 19:09:58 +0100, 7 wrote:
> Getting started with Linux and command line commands
The...[News] A Quick Look at Sabayon Linux and Linux Mint
Sabayon 3.4 - Through the Looking Glass
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| I first tried Sabayon Linux in the 3.2 edition and I was plesantly surprised.
| It found my wireless card, worked well with everything on my box, but it had
| a few kinks and oddities that they seem to have worked out.
Follow-ups and Linux Mint
Sabayon Linux x86/x86-64 3.4 Revision E [Stable Release]
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| Distribution updates:
| # Introduced a (teaser) pre-alpha release of the Ent...does pc linux or ppc linux require command line?
Got tired of command line interface with MS-DOS.
Does linus require a lot of command line setup or has it developed to
the point where it can be installed and enjoyed without a lot of
tinkering with setup screens or command line work?
>Does linus require a lot of command line setup or has it developed to
>the point where it can be installed and enjoyed without a lot of
>tinkering with setup screens or command line work?
Why not download a LiveCD and see for yourself, troll?
chrisv wrote this copyrighted missive and expects royalties:
> ripi wrote:
...Need simple command for validating xml files at the command line
Ok, in order to validate a given xml file against a given xsd file I would like to
type at the command prompt something like
java -classpath .;\blah\bluh\foo.jar myxmlfile.xml
Is there such a jar file which helps me to do this?
Unfortunately XercesImpl.jar is not suitable
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: myxmlfile/xml
Bernd Oninger wrote:
> Ok, in order to validate a given xml file against a given xsd file I would like to
> type at the command prompt something like
> java -classpath .;\blah\bluh\foo.jar myxmlfile...Newbi Question
This is a newbi question. Can some one please tell me the command line
command for launching the file explorer on RH Linux?
On Tue, 17 Feb 2004 17:18:47 -0600, "L" <L_X2828@yahoo.com> wrote:
>This is a newbi question. Can some one please tell me the command line
>command for launching the file explorer on RH Linux?
First, read this (IMPORTANT!):
Second - there are so many questions to ask one doesn't know where to
* What version of Red Hat? 5.x? 6.x? 7.x? 8? 9? Advanced Server...Gimp Linux Command line
I know this has been asked many times before but every time Imagemagick
is suggested. I find imagemagick is very slow on my set up. Gimp seems
really fast and thought i could control it via the command line. Is
there any documentation on this i have not been able to find it yet.
Also would anyone know of a fast linux resize and crop program other
then gimp? Those are the only two functions i really need and would
like it to support png jpeg pgm files.
> Also would anyone know of a fast linux resize and crop program other
> then gimp? Those are the ...Recording audio from command line
Is there a simple tool to record audio from the standard input from the
command line (a la "sox" on UNIX machines)?
Thanks in advance!
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