Re: [LAU] Jack does not see USB sound card Boss Micro BR-80

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Date: Tuesday, October 8, 2013 - 5:15 am

On 09/19/2013 04:20 PM, Erik Steffl wrote:

https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/qjackctl/+bug/1228727

created the bug above, turns out there is a way to make qjackctl work
but it involves clicking on the mysterious '>' buttons next to the
dropdowns (the dropdown menus in question are: Interface, Input Device,
Output Device in the Setup dialog)

The tooltips for '>' buttons do not explain much (they seems to be
pretty much the same as tooltips for dropdowns.

Details in the bug, here's the summary of what the tooltips say and
what the menus (dropdown and '>' buttons) offer:

Interface dropdown tooltip: 'The PCM device name to use'
Interface '>' tooltip: 'Select PCM device name'

Input device dropdown tooltip: 'Alternate input device for capture'
Input device '>' tooltip: 'Select input device for capture'

Output device dropdown tooltip: 'Alternate output device for playback'
Output device '>' tooltip: 'Select output device for playback'

The values for all dropdown menus are:
- (default)
- /dev/dsp
- /dev/audio
- plughw:0
- hw:0

The values for all '>' menus:
- hw:0 HD-Audio Generic
- hw:1 HDA ATI SB
- hw:1,0 ALC892 Analog
- hw:2 BR-80(AUDIO)
- hw:2,0 USB Audio
- (default)

Anybody knows what's going on here? Pointers to explanations? Why are
there TWO list of devices to choose from?

thanks!

ero
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Re: [LAU] Jack does not see USB sound card Boss Micro BR-80, Clemens Ladisch, (Thu Sep 19, 9:46 am)
Re: [LAU] Jack does not see USB sound card Boss Micro BR-80, Erik Steffl, (Tue Oct 8, 5:15 am)
Re: [LAU] Jack does not see USB sound card Boss Micro BR-80, Clemens Ladisch, (Fri Sep 20, 6:40 am)