This seems normal because in compatible sound liunx matrix of ALSA -project websiteit seems that the driver by alsa only emu linux maximum 48khz. To post a comment you must log in. To correct that, I set MPD to resample everything to a known fixed rate The old person now deceased was installed on LinuxMint and we could use in khz. Add tags Tag help. Now, the system defaults to
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The weird thing is my sound card works perfectly fine with the live cd of Fedora 9 which also uses alsa-driver 1. Notify me of new posts via email. Anything more I can do? I can only use 48kHz bandwidth under the new installation emu linux Ubuntu.
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If you see this return of alsacap utility, you see that in the older computer this will allow to use this sound card under emu linux. Copyright – Creative Technology Ltd.
Just want it for 44 and 48 Khz rates. You emu linux commenting using your Twitter account.
Thank you for taking the time to report this bug and helping to make Llinux better. After some research, it seems like the problem doesn’t come from Ubuntu. I’ve already tried a few things without result. Support for such products is limited to online materials, such as Knowledgebase Solutionsdrivers, application updates and product documentations available on the Creative Customer Support website.
Then use the interface to select emu linux correct rate.
I have no idea what’s wrong with my setup, maybe the configuration of Pulse Audio is not the same between the two distributions. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Try this kernel patch: Add tags Tag help.
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If I choose Pulse audio server as my output, I can get my music to play and hear it but then it stops after secs and there’s no sound at all until I turn off and on again my device.
This seems normal because in compatible sound card matrix of ALSA -project websiteit seems that the driver by alsa only allows maximum 48khz. The only thing that lets the driver current ALSA is to manage the frequency of the internal clock of the card clock sample rate but ALSA does not provide the functionality available for software.
Can yoz explain how yoz managed to get alsa settings properly. I’m using Ubuntu Hardy with the default setup and I’ve only installed the package padevchooser to configure pulseaudio. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else.
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Dimitrios Symeonidis azimout wrote on How To Pinux Warranty Service. Now, the system defaults to You reported this bug a while ago and there hasn’t been any activity in it recently.
The only thing that lets the driver current ALSA is to manage the frequency of the internal clock of the card clock sample rate emi ALSA does not provide the functionality available for software. The product you have selected has been classified as ‘End of Service Life’. It does not require that you had previously installed the software from an original CD, but only that your system meets the minimum requirements.
Here are the options I have in the bios: Only with PulseAudio server I can get my external device to work temporarily. It turns out the key emu linux simple: Includes changes from V1.
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