Ubuntu Studio Forums?
William F. Dudley Jr.
wfdudley at gmail.com
Thu Jul 12 20:52:30 BST 2007
Thanks for the tip. That helped, though I'm
not sure if envy24control is really what helped
Anyway, I think I've got it figured out now.
On 7/12/07, Mark Stuart Burge <mark at msbrepairs.com> wrote:
> Does the 1010 use the ice1712 chip ?
> If so, then you might need to run the envy24control which includes the
> mixer designed to cope with that chipset.
> Once you are in there, you can turn on and turn up the multiple input
> channels as required.
> I had a similar problem with a delta44. My qamix couldn't access the
> other channels properly (strange because it used to run out of the box
> on other installs) until I opened up each channel using envy24control
> (part of alsatools)
> the.peregrine at suddenlink.net wrote:
> > Hey Bill,
> > I have a "workaround" that doesn't really address the immediate problem, but gets ubuntu studio installed anyway. At least one other person has suggested this, but his previous e-mail and one of mine were kicked because they were sent in HTML format and this forum apparently doesn't handle that well.
> > What I've done (several times now) is downloaded the CD image for Ubuntu 7.04 (Feisty Fawn), and used that to install Ubuntu. On an older Dell Optiplex GX-1 ... 2001 vintage, I think ... the networking wasn't configured "out of the box" because of my hardware; everything else worked great. On a newer Dell Optiplex GX-150, no problems.
> > After Ubuntu is installed and updated using the Update Manager, installing Ubuntu Studio is a snap. I can point you to the apropriate ISO files if you need them, but if you got here I'm betting you can find them.
> > It looks like this issue with the "RELEASE" error is an installation bug of some kind, and I'm sure it will be worked out by the developers asap.
> > Jeff
> > ______________________
> > Message: 1
> > Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2007 17:23:15 -0400
> > From: "William F. Dudley Jr." <wfdudley at gmail.com>
> > Subject: Re: Ubuntu Studio Forums?
> > To: mark at msbrepairs.com, "Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion"
> > <ubuntu-studio-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
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> > "connected to the internet" ?
> > Surely, you jest. This happens right at the beginning, and I can get the
> > same error message by running "check CDROM integrity". This is WAAAY
> > before any networking is up and running.
> > So, no, there is no network connection when this occurs.
> > The machine is a Pentium/Celeron something or other, definately NOT
> > 64 bit.
> > Bill
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