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Old 05-14-2002
OpenBSD: ports

Hi there..

I'm new to openbsd, and I recently tried the ports-system..

I downloaded the ports-tree from ftp, and unpacked it in /usr/ports

Then I typed 'make search key=centericq'

I got some info about it.. but it wasn't the latest version.. the version I use at my gentoo linux box, is 4.1.7.. but the version I got info about now was something like 3.5.22 or something..

Is that the latest for *bsd, or do I have to update the ports-tree?

Sorry of this is a stupid question

//Maestin
 
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APLAYMIDI(1)						      General Commands Manual						      APLAYMIDI(1)

NAME
aplaymidi - play Standard MIDI Files SYNOPSIS
aplaymidi -p client:port[,...] [-d delay] midifile ... DESCRIPTION
aplaymidi is a command-line utility that plays the specified MIDI file(s) to one or more ALSA sequencer ports. OPTIONS
-h, --help Prints a list of options. -V, --version Prints the current version. -l, --list Prints a list of possible output ports. -p, --port=client:port,... Sets the sequencer port(s) to which the events in the MIDI file(s) are sent. A client can be specified by its number, its name, or a prefix of its name. A port is specified by its number; for port 0 of a client, the ":0" part of the port specification can be omitted. Multiple ports can be specified to allow playback of MIDI file(s) that contain events for multiple devices (ports), as specified by "Port Number" meta events. For compatibility with pmidi(1), the port specification is taken from the ALSA_OUTPUT_PORTS environment variable if none is given on the command line. -d, --delay=seconds Specifies how long to wait after the end of each MIDI file, to allow the last notes to die away. BUGS
aplaymidi handles "Port Number" meta events, but not "Port Name" meta events. SEE ALSO
pmidi(1) playmidi(1) AUTHOR
Clemens Ladisch <clemens@ladisch.de> 2 Nov 2011 APLAYMIDI(1)

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