On Linux systems, Bonjour is implemented by the “Avahi” service. This is what McLaren Labs’
rtpmidi program uses to find Apple MIDI services on your network when you set it up. Usually
rtpmidi can find the iPhones and iPads on your network, but sometimes things do not go smoothly. That’s when you need to do some network debugging. One of the tools that you can use to learn about Bonjour services on your network is
If you have installed McLaren Labs’
rtpmidi, then there is a good chance that
avahi-browser is already installed. Try it out.
If it isn’t there, you can install it like this on Ubuntu systems.
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$ sudo apt-get install avahi-utils