Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] Turn-key Linux Audio
From: kevin ernste (kevinernste_AT_yahoo.com)
Date: Sun Dec 15 2002 - 02:21:41 EET
Hi Scott -
I'm pleased to hear back that it installed smoothly.
I am by no means an expert on the ALSA end of things
(and even less so with respect to MIDI), so I'll defer
your question to others with this same card (anyone?).
I myself would be interested in the final result, as I
have been thinking of getting a 1010 for another
Please let me know if you have any specific problems
with the software setup and partition/directory
organization (do sound apps open ready to save audio
to /snd/<unername>, etc?).
--- Scott Downie <sdownie_AT_sunflower.com> wrote:
> Thanks for whipping up a turn-key system! I
> re-installed Mandrake 9,
> set up the partitions according to your outline, and
> then ran your
> installation package last night. Everything appeared
> to go well. I
> installed it on an ASUS A7V333-based box (AMD 1900)
> with a Delta 1010
> Unfortunately, I get no audio from the S/PDIF output
> nor can I get any
> MIDI action. I have not tried the 1010's analog
> outputs yet. Judging
> from the comments on the ALSA page, I assume that
> the S/PDIF problem
> is not your fault. Any tips on how to get the 1010
> to talk to my
> Yamaha S80?
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