On Sun, 29 Jan 2006 05:22:15 +0000
"Jr Porkchop" <jrpo...@hotmail.com> wrote:
I was wondering if anyone has had success with the 'Sound
Live! 24-bit External' USB Audio card, I have managed to get it
but i can't get it to produce sound. I have produced a custom kernel
Ariff Abdullah's patch for RELEASE 6.0 to the /usr/src and used:
device sound # Loads generic sound for headers
device snd_uaudio # Loads USB audio
in the kernel config.
Try to increase the number of virtual channels, e.g. "sysctl
Changed to 4 and changed the hw.snd.pcm0.vchans to 4 and a readout of
"sysctl hw.snd" follows;
Try to mute the device and then unmute it again (at least the GNOME
panel applet is able to mute/unmute a device, and I have to do the same
in Windows too when I want to use my uaudio device).
How would I mute/unmute devices by using a widget in KDE or do you suggest
changing to gnome, or is there a command line like "mixer pcm 0" or is the
"push to mute" volume switch used.
I had near success when I heard window like noises when I was playing with
settings in KDE control centre but they went dead again and have been trying
to recreate the settings but to no avail. Also is there any way of running
at it Hi-speed becasue at the minute it's running at Full speed (12MB/s).