Hi there, I need help to configure Ubuntustudio on my machine
Matthias at ib-fb.de
Mon Apr 9 11:30:59 UTC 2012
I got a new, really confusing "error".
I played around with jack. I selected hw:1,0 as Input device (which is
the ESI) and hw:1,1 as output (which is also the ESI). Jack is running, BUT
- no sound
- Status output tells me:
XRUN callback (1).
XRUN callback (39 skipped)
The last line about 20 times, one time with "(41 skipped)" and one time
with "(40 skipped)", than I halted Jack.
Now I try with hw:1,1 as Input and 1,0 as output - and got the old
error. I reversed to 1,1 as output and 1,0 as input and got the old
Am 09.04.2012 13:25, schrieb Matthias Beyer:
>  is no link anymore. The webpage doesn't exists!
> /etc/asound.conf doesn't exists.
> I commented out the line in ~/.asoundrc and rebooted. Now Jack starts,
> but with the onboard-Soundcard. I plugged in my Headphones into the
> onboard card, but still have no sound! If I select the ESI Soundcard
> in the configuration, there is the old error again.
> Some days ago I read a post in a board about enabling the
> onboard-soundcard in the BIOS - I never touched the BIOS, except for
> installing operating systems from a USB-Stick. Could it be that I have
> to enable the ESI in the BIOS? I don't think so, but maybe you know
> Am 08.04.2012 21:28, schrieb Pablo Fernandez:
>> I am confused. Those messages "unknown PCM default" / "unknown PC
>> Juli"... This looks like an alsa problem, i.e., at a lower level than
>> jack or pulseaudio.
>> I would try disabling .asoundrc files . There might be two of them:
>> /etc/asound.conf (probably not existent, but just in case)
>> The second one, from your report:
>> # ALSA library configuration file
>> # Include settings that are under the control of asoundconf(1).
>> # (To disable these settings, comment out this line.)
>> So, what happens if you comment out the last line? (And then reboot,
>> or restart the user session)
>>  http://www.alsa-project.org/main/index.php/Asoundrc
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