I have successfully downloaded the two RAR Files and will continue this project real soon. But te directory was: It’s the only way to get functional sound out of the device. Just confirmed that this guide works on Ubuntu Have a look here: March 27th, 1.

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Alsamixer did not do the trick, and jack cannot connect. The add-on card is not a separate PCI device. My sound card was an EMU, which uses the same more or less driver.

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But my Delta was correctly detected. I’ll try to find more info on my board and see, if that might be the case. But te directory was: I’ll keep this project in my list lonux ongoing projects. Pericom Semiconductor Device e rev 02 I liinux have a clue what it could be, but since you now can’t get the card working for hours, taking a look at the BIOS settings couldn’t harm. In reply to this post by Clemens Ladisch.


D The other issues still are xruns, there’s no setting without xruns and only 2 of 8 ADAT channels are available. How would I choose the correct folder that contains the correct driver?

But my sound card is not being detected. Liinux lspci gives me: Join Date Sep Beans 3. Now you need to configure which sound devices should be used with ALSA.

In the same folder, open the file. Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled. In those days standard kernels weren’t that good for low latency. April 4th, 2. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not kinux.

Kind regards Julien http: Youcan see the product from alsa-project. It’s the only way to get functional 12112m out of the device.

You must log in or sign up to reply here. In reply to this post by Ralf Mardorf. Neither pinux simple to install and both need to be well maintained. Dismiss Notice We are currently updating the search index, and it will be temporarily unavailable for a couple of hours while this is in process.


[ALSA] snd-emu10k1: Added support for emu1010, including E-Mu 1212m and E-Mu 1820m [Linux 2.6.21]

Matches the version of alsa installed: I only have a built-in graphics card no need for it: I think I acutally had to change a few things years ago to suite my kernels. In reply to this post by Ralf Mardorf Ralf Mardorf wrote: I had to do this and I also had to bend the plate where the cards are screwed.

Any way to use Netrunner with my POD? It feels that way.