Yes Ive been doing that (on ubuntu systems) but for me that means that all
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On Sun, Oct 16, 2011 at 7:03 AM, david wrote:
> Jan Depner wrote:
My ubuntu is a few versions old so... have recent versions got their act
together so that audio works with or without pulse?
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On Sun, Oct 16, 2011 at 7:03 AM, david <=
Jan Depner wrote:
On Sat, 2011-10-15 at 19:10 +0100, rob wrote:
On 15/10/11 18:49, Ketil Thorgersen wrote:
I just gave away my UA25 to my son because I had a pci port on a computer a=
nd this old but capable ice7212 based sound card lying in a closet. I remem=
ber it even worked a couple of years ago in Linux. Anyway - now it doesn=
9;t record. It plays ack fine, but I am not able to make it record. This is=
on Ubuntu natty with KXstudio desktop and a multimedia kernel. I've tr=
ied both the special mixer Envy24 control end the later version. Even tried=
alsa mixer, but I cannot for the life of figure out how to get a signal in=
to the computer.
Everything looks good in qjackctl - 8 inputs/outputs etc.
Does anyone actually use this any longer? Any hints??
All the best
There was an issue sometime ago with ice1712 cards and pulseaudio. I don=
9;t know whether that applies in your case.
I've got the same card and I just loaded CentOS 6. =A0Mine appears to w=
OK but pulse is hosing up everything else. =A0I can run through JACK and
direct to ALSA with Audacity but all other sound is hosed. =A0Anyone know
how to kill Pulse?
Uninstall it? That's what I always do.
Yes Ive been doing that (on ubuntu systems=
) but for me that means that all other gnome-ly things eg audio-in-firefox =
etc stop working.My ubuntu is a few versions old so... have recent =
versions got their act together so that audio works with or without pulse?<=