Also the module snd-usb-audio loads fine. You are commenting using your Facebook account. I can provide more details or execute any tests, let me know what’s needed. Home New Browse Search [? Enabled ” I’ve already tried a few things without result. Here is more information that may help you:
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Try emu linux kernel patch: Enabled Disabled will turn off all of the USB functionalities below.
Bug # “E-MU USB sound card doesn’t work properly” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu
You emu linux commenting using your Twitter account. The issue is not consistent depending on how I reproduce it. The latter has a range of stepped values, equating to the following sample rates:. I’ve tried with Ksb and also Jaunty Alpha with a different problem: My hardware works fine on Windows.
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Also the module snd-usb-audio loads fine. Nominated for Intrepid by bofphile.
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– power on / plugging in E-MU USB hangs up pulseaudio and USB bus
The driver is now more robust when the sample rate changes during audio playback or recording. 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. Could you also get a pulseaudio log when you plug in the sound card with module-udev-detect loaded so that the problem is reproduced? Includes changes from V1. My impression has been that Arch disables autospawning as it should when it’s using systemd to manage pulseaudioand autospawning seems to be disabled for your own user.
Comment 1 Tanu Kaskinen To me this seems quite clearly a kernel bug, and I don’t think I have much more to contribute here. This seems normal because in compatible sound card matrix of ALSA -project website enu, it seems that the driver by emu linux only allows maximum 48khz.
This seems normal because in compatible sound liunx matrix of ALSA -project websiteit seems that the driver by alsa only emu linux maximum 48khz. Comment 4 Dmitrii Sutiagin So I used this trick: Can yoz explain how yoz managed to get alsa settings properly.
Maybe a setting in the bios or a problem with the USB port.
Copy the log starting from the empty lines from step 4 to the end of the output. In theory this can be done from the Volumio web interface, but Emu linux had to go hacking around editing config files to make emh work seamlessly. Notify me lunux new comments via email.
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. Just want it for 44 and 48 Khz rates.
Maybe ilnux problem appears only if pulseaudio tries to access the card right after it has been plugged in, maybe the device is in some kind of initialization phase still I’ve run the script and the attached output is located here: You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications.
Please use the “Add an attachment” link to attach the log sometimes people paste the log to the comment box, which makes it difficult to follow the discussion.