On Wed, 22 Jun 2011, fred wrote:
> Hi Gabriel,
It means that your problem is with ALSA and not QJackCtrl.
I suggest that you file a bug in Debian (against ALSA).
Looks like something got un-tweaked in your upgrade.
I found an old but similar thread here:
That also points to an ALSA/driver issue.
Is this a new device? This is puzzling... because M-Audios
are all USB Class Compliant MIDI these days.
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