This is a really great work!! Also a great addiction to the Pandora and Linux community! Thanks
I never used a softsynth so i found this little guide that maybe help others, to setup and use under Linux and work also on Pandora with some little changes.
This guide is mostly based on the use of TiMidity++ but i changed using this Casio SW-10 and it worked good.
Basically you need the ASeqView pnd from @cube48
this is needed for the "aconnect" program that is not available on the Nand (don't know if it is still downloadable from Angstrom repo), and i used also Virtual MIDI Piano Keyboard pnd from Canseco
to test the Casio SoftSynth.
Once you have installed correctly the needed rom file for this Casio Daemon, run it and open a terminal.
Now follow the first steps of the guide linked but use /mnt/utmp/aseqview/bin/./aconnect
to find the aconnect program.
So type /mnt/utmp/aseqview/bin/./aconnect -lo
Next i installed the Virtual Midi daemon ( sudo modprobe snd-virmidi
Now another /mnt/utmp/aseqview/bin/./aconnect -lo to find the correct client to connect
skip the TiMidity part.
and now connect /mnt/utmp/aseqview/bin/./aconnect 24:0 128:0 (change with you correct client numbers) and it wil be connected.
Now i run VMPK (virtual midi piano keyboard), go to "Edit" menu and change the "MIDI Connections" to the one you have before when you made the connection.
Now try to press some keys or use the mouse or stylus to play (on the tiny keyboard).
Do you plan to release a Pyra version ?