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Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. Bottom line, never able to get the spidf optical port on the nforce2 mb to work at all in FC6, not able to get the Audigy’s working either, theory that the little addon card may be bad so I’m getting another. Compiled on Feb 14 for kernel 2. I guess I could compile ALSA from scratch, but I don’t want to go to the trouble unless there aren’t any other good options left. Unknown device d Flags:
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Find More Posts by greenleaf. If you cannot then either its a bios problem or the port just isn’t available anyway. Zoom Telephonics Inc Unknown device Flags: I guess I could compile ALSA from scratch, but I don’t want to go to the trouble unless there aren’t any other good options left.
Device or resource busy aplay -D hw: Put it into 5. For l4s5mh reasons I’ve just switched all the hardware over to another motherboard, no audio and I am using an old Audigy with a bracket mounted coax spidf port ribbon cabled to the header pins on the card.
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I just looked at the configuration of my kernel, and didn’t notice anything spdif specific. I would download the sources, rebuild and l4e5mg them. The first thing I notice from your aplay -l is the lack of IEC It might be worth checking the kernel config just to be sure that you do. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. Anyway, back to your problem.
First I tried it on a mb that’s nforce2.
I have included as much information as I can think of below in hopes that someone here can figure out what I am missing.
If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. No such device aplay -D plug: I do not have your chipset.
Does anyone have any ideas or should I post this to the alsa-users mailing list instead? Having a problem logging in? It occurs to me that you need to be sure that you have the latest version of Alsa.
Can’t get spdif working with ALSA and FC6 on ECS L4S5MG/+ motherboard
Here’s the out put from aplay -L Code: The output of your aplay -l doesn’t show it, so I think there is nothing you can do with mixers etc. Brooktree Corporation Bt Video Capture rev 11 Find More Posts by wf3. Everything works fine under Windows I have a dual boot setupand so I am highly confident that the hardware is working.
If it just isn’t there then there is something odd about your installation. Sadly I can only get at the data coming out of the mixer itself, after it has been transformed by the device.
Other areas of interest are your kernel config and your bios. This is what mine looks like with no extra hardware attached: I can dual-boot XP.
Works kick azz in windoz and the audio is great 5.
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However you do need to be sure that your alsa libraries and utils are recent and complete. Find More Posts by L4x5mg. BB code is On.