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I've got a Intel D945GCLF2 with Intel HD Audio (ALC662, Realtek).
I am running gentoo (x86) and have installed alsa-1.0.21. Updating alsa
to 1.0.22 doesn't help either.
After upgrading from linux-2.6.30 to .32 sound recording doesn't work
Dear ALSA users,
Am Samstag, den 06.02.2010, 13:20 +0100 schrieb Paul Menzel:
According to `lspci` my ASUS M2V-MX SE mainboard uses a VIA VT1708/A
$ lspci -vvnn | grep -A10 Audio
20:01.0 Audio device : VIA Technologies, Inc. VT1708/A [Azalia
Dear ALSA users,
please tell me if I should open a ticket for this issue in the ALSA
Using PulseAudio (PA) playing sound works without problems but running a
program accessing the microphone (`gnome-volume-control`, `empathy`
doing voice calls, …) causes high CPU loads of
*Dear Alsa Team!*
My name is Christoph Pittamitz and like Pandu P. Rakimanputra I just bought
the new Focusrite Saffire 6 USB device.
The same problem occurred to me: The light indicator for connecting via usb
didn't light on. Ubuntu doesn't detect the device as a sound device (as you
can see in
Am Sonntag, den 07.02.2010, 14:33 +0100 schrieb Christoph Pittamitz:
Maybe you have any advice for me how to fix this problem, however I
would really like to use the saffire 6 with tha alsa driver :)
I am no developer. But I think they need more information as the output
of `dmesg`. They
I am having a problem with HDMI audio on a Gigabyte H55M-S2H
motherboard. No matter what I try, I cannot get sound to the attached
TV over the HDMI link.
I think that the drivers are in place, and I don't get any errors when
trying different playback methods, I just don't get sound from the TV.
I've posted my dmesg output from my linux on my previous email. But it's okey
if someone ask me to send again :)
Good to know there are another friend using the focusrite. I emailed focusrite
team, and they haven't tested with linux. They also admitted that saffire 6 USB
On Fri, Feb 5, 2010 at 8:47 PM, Pandu Rakimanputra
I've tried to load snd-audio-module using:
$ sudo modprobe snd-usb-audio vid=0x1235 pid=0x0010
But nothing happend
Thanks for your attention Mark
By 'nothing happened' do you mean
I have a Thinkpad R61i with the Conexant CX20549 HDA codec. A lot of the
controls are wrongly wired, with showstopping consequences, such as not
being able to change the mic capture level, resulting in intolerable
To get round this I rolled my own kernel with hwdep enabled and
is it possible to define virtual sound card, which would be listed by
aplay -l and aplay -L ? And how ?
Most apps do NOT let me define concrete PCM device to use and some apps
are using direct hw:x,y - so workaround with different default per
app don't help too.
Thanks for help.
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