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On Wed, Oct 5, 2011 at 1:28 PM, Peter Plessas wrote:
Forgive the slight hijack here......but does the ffado stuff work with the
RME stuff now? Have I just been under a rock? <--totally possible.
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On Wed, Oct 5, 2011 at 1:28 PM, Peter Pl=
Fons Adriaensen wrote:
On Wed, Oct 05, 2011 at 09:48:39PM +0200, Peter Plessas wrote:
So the card is transparent to the Alsa drivers in the sense that there =A0i=
s no difference between the PCMCIA and the Expresscard version. Is =A0there=
I didn't experience any problems, things just worked OOTB with
a plain Archlinux installation (which is 'minimal' compared to
some other distros), and nothing extra.
The one thing I didn't find out so far is how to enable the card
if it is plugged in after booting. It should just be a matter of
restarting the right set of modules, but I must be missing one.
Whenever my kernels were responsible for uploading the firmware, they did w=
henever the card was inserted.
Did you try 'pccardctl eject; pccardctl insert'?
Don't know if hdsploader can be used to force an upload.
Ciao,Forgive the slight hija=
ck here......but does the ffado stuff work with the RME stuff now?=A0 Have =
I just been under a rock?=A0 <--totally possible.
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