Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
On Fri, May 24, 2013 at 7:52 AM, Rui Nuno Capela wrote:
> On 05/19/2013 03:58 AM, Rusty Perez wrote:
This is a known issue with the 3.8 kernel. It's breaks not only tascam but
lots of other USB audio devices as well. Register your discontent with your
distro, I guess.
Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8
On Fri, May 24, 2013 at 7:52 AM, Rui Nuno Capela <=
9/2013 03:58 AM, Rusty Perez wrote:
for everyone but Julien, I'm the owner of the system in question.
It may be useful to note that this is the original us122, NOT the us122mkII=
Julien has updated some system settings, I have rebooted, unplugged
and replugged the interface, but no joy.
I have also made sure that the interface does respond when plugged in
to my windows machine, so I'm reasonably sure it works as it should.
i'm a (not so happy anymore) owner of a us224 which does all the same p=
ath as your us122,,.
i am sloppy and the systems i use this lovely piece of h/w is not what you&=
#39;d call the latest and greatest
so (my) the state of things at the time of this writing, is the following:<=
- on 3.4.x-rt it still works but only like a plain usb1 device (-r48000 -p1=
28 -n3); good old and awesome, special fast and low-latency rawusb/hwdep mo=
de of operation is dead. or it seems so
- on 3.8.x-rt it doesn't work at all; always nagging the device's b=
eing used by something else (and no, it's not pulseaudio:); and if you =
dare to use jack1 then, well, it just crashes the whole show (kernel oops)<=
only tested with preempt_rt though (thus the -rt suffix above)...
i know this does not help in anything but at least you're not alone :)<=
cheersThis is a known issue with the 3.8 kernel. It's breaks =
not only tascam but lots of other USB audio devices as well. Register your =
discontent with your distro, I guess.