Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] usb audio still foobar :-(
From: D R Holsbeck (drh_AT_niptron.com)
Date: Sat Dec 14 2002 - 22:46:31 EET
I have never run mandrake, so I dont know anything about it. But is it
possible they started using devfs with the latest version? If so you
might need to adjust it to create the Alsa dev files. Do the dev files
exist? Can you do "cat /dev/dsp"?
On Sat, 2002-12-14 at 13:37, m wrote:
> hi... hmm... well i've done ./snddevices now and still no luck :-(
> not really sure why this is happening now....
> i started up, ran ./snddevices, modprobe snd-usb-audio, snd-pcm-oss,
> snd-mixer-oss snd-seq-oss all works fine....
> ogle and Xine still crash when i run them, saying unable to open alsa...
> xmms complains there is no sound card....
> this is a fresh install of alsa 0.9.rc5 under mandrake 9.0 - it was
> running fine under mandrake 8.2, all i've done is upgrade to mdk 9.0 and
> recompile & reinstall...
> any ideas?... i'm kinda stuck now, i've done everything right, got an
> .asoundrc as per the instructions for usb audio... the weirdest thing
> was that it all ran absolutely fine until i upgraded mandrake....
> thanx heaps
> > Did you do a ./snddevices in the Alsa drivers dir?
> "While UNIX says ``I'm sorry you can't do that'', MacOS has exactly two
> error messages. It either goes ``eep?'' or the setup box is simply not
> there until 12 other unidentified items have been installed and three
> apparently unrelated dialog boxes have been completed. "
> - Alan Cox, on porting GNU/Linux to 68k macs
Did you know that if you took all the economists in the world and lined them up end to end, they'd still point in the wrong direction?
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