Missing or broken libasound.so.2 library for MIDI support
All modern Linux distributions use PulseAudio to handle audio. But PulseAudio does not support MIDI peripherals and sound tracks. So if you need to run one of the few Windows applications that need MIDI support you will need to add the ALSA sound system.
On CrossOver 17 and greater, the simplest solution to fix this issue is to run: /path/to/cxoffice/bin/cxfix missinglibasound missinglibasound.amd64
Or add --show-all to see how CrossOver would fix it on your platform and others.
Alternatively you may try one of the commands below.
The color:cyan++commands usually also apply to derived distributions++. So for instance a fix for Debian is typically also applicable to Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Deepin and Pop! OS. Similarly a fix for Fedora likely also works on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, etc.
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