Thanks for the info.
I planned to use the GUi version on my linux desktop pc to get seq64 working and figure out the midi controls, in order to use those settings on the Zynthian. Currently it crashes with some gtk error when I use menu:File-Open. Have to investigate that further.
I’ll try you approach to work directly on Zynthian with seq64-GUI.
Earlier I tried to get a Synthian graphic desktop manager on my linux desktop using rdc and vlc protocols, but failed. One test I got just the ZynAddSubFX window remote.
Yesterday I installed the NoMachine remote desktop (free version) on both my linux desktop pc and on the Zynthian (the ARM7 package), and painlessly got the Zynthain UI screen on my kubutu desktop at the first connection; could control the UI using the mouse.
NoMachine has its own integrated xWindow server, but release notes indicate that it is quite a heavy load on a Raspberry and is just workable on a Pi-3. For now, this is workable.
Now have to find out how to get rid of the Zynthain UI and get a linux desktop, then I can go playing with seq64 gui version on the Zynthian… using a normal display, mouse and keyboard.
b.t.w. I’m using the old trusty ‘mc’ file manager (2-pane full screen console mode) to easily get around the Zynthian disk in a remote ssh console. Lots of interesting stuf to discover.