florentin_ at hotmail.com
Mon Feb 7 17:10:02 GMT 2005
Norman Silverstone wrote:
>On Mon, 2005-02-07 at 09:03 -0700, Myles Green wrote:
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>>On Mon, 07 Feb 2005 10:00:10 +0000
>>Norman Silverstone <norman at littletank.org> wrote:
>>>On Sun, 2005-02-06 at 20:34 -0800, Florentin Ionescu wrote:
>>>>apt-cache search sound |grep -i record
>>>Assuming I enter this in a terminal window what will it do for me? I
>>>know nothing about Linux and am, therefore, not confident doing
>>>I do not understand.
>>apt-cache search sound |grep -i record
>>bplay - Buffered audio file player/recorder
>>ecasound - Multitrack-capable audio recorder and effect processor
>>ecasound2.2 - Multitrack-capable audio recorder and effect processor
>>gramofile - Transfer sound from gramophone records to CD
>>krecord - KDE sound recorder
>>rawrec - Buffered raw audio recorder/player
>>sound-recorder - Direct-to-disk recording and play-back programs.
>>vsound - Virtual loopback sound recorder and real audio converter
>>That's what it did for me on an up-to-date Hoary system
>I tried it and it gave me exactly the same as you on an up-to-date Warty
>system. So what?
I might have missunderstood your question - I used some years ago
arecord and ecasaound
and worked fine for me - those were just alternatives to find one that
answers your question.
I assume that you use alsa driver - check at
http://www.alsa-project.org/ haw well is
supported your sound card.
If an application , say Sound Record does not work, you'll have to give
more informations -
start the application in a terminal and also look in to
/var/logs/messages for significant informations
to include in your
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