On Thu, 2010-12-16 at 03:40 +0100, ailo wrote:
> Also, the only method that works for me starting jack is from the
Qjackctl is well behaved there: although it provides device drop downs,
you can also just type the device names in.
The S/PDIF synchronisation should be provided by the card's hardware and
settings (envy24control -> Hardware Settings -> Master Clock -> S/PDIF
in, on one of the cards)
P.S. When someone asks you to type "ls -l ~/.asoundrc", it's rather
helpful, in a remote diagnostics situation, to just do that instead of
changing it to "ls -l .asoundrc"
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