On Sat, February 16, 2013 3:18 am, Q wrote:
>>> I have a permanent /home and my OS on a separate partition -- could
I don't think that should affect mudita as you probably didn't run it when
you had no /home. In any case you should be able to adjust everything with
either mudita or even alsamixer. The kernel module for the ice1712 can be
loaded with a commandline parameter saying which card you have. Is it
possible the module thinks you have a different card?
Those only show up if you use the save profile part of mudita. They should
not effect the operation of your card though, You should still be able to
turn everything on.
> I think the right-channel volume thing started around the same time that
You should be able to test your s/pdif out by looping it back into the
s/pdif in. As soon as you do that, the "Hardware Settings tab in mudita
should show IEC958 Input Status - Input Active. You can run some audio
through as a further check, but I am assuming your Focusrite is not
indicating input signal (some LED or something).
I would look at the "Patchbay / Router" Tab in mudita And start with the
whole top row selected just to make sure something isn't funny there. It
sounds like you normally would have your s/pdif outs set to Digital Mix
which should also be ok. But setting things up with the mixer out of
things and just straight I/Os might be the best starting point for trouble
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