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midi(2) [osx man page]

7(16 December 2012)													       7(16 December 2012)

NAME
midi - Open Sound System MIDI devices DESCRIPTION
MIDI support is not included in OSS 4.0. It will be introduced in the future OSS versions. PROGRAMMING INFORMATION
See the OSS MIDI Programming section of the OSS Programmer's Guide (MIDI(2)) for more info. OPTIONS
None FILES
/dev/midi is the default MIDI device file in the system. AUTHOR
4Front Technologies OSS Devices 7(16 December 2012)

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ossinfo(1)							 OSS User Commands							ossinfo(1)

NAME
ossinfo - Open Sound System information/status program SYNOPSIS
ossinfo [-Aaeghmpx] [-v #] DESCRIPTION
The ossinfo program displays OSS device information. OPTIONS
-v# Verbose output. Number indicates level of verobisity (0-9). -p Display only physical audio/midi devices -g Display ALL audio/midi/mixer devices (physical and virtual) -a Display audio device files -A Display audio device files (for applications using O_EXCL) -e Display all audio engines -m Display only the MIDI devices -x Display only the mixer devices -h Display help. FILES
/usr/bin/ossinfo SEE ALSO
ossdevlinks(1), ossmix(1), ossxmix(1) The Getting information about devices section of the OSS Programmer's Guide (device_discovery(2)) gives instructions for getting device information in applications. AUTHOR
4Front Technologies 16 December 2012 ossinfo(1)
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