Sound Cards (Was: Well, Windows is back on the disk.)

J.Markoll j.markoll at free.fr
Mon Jan 16 16:31:47 UTC 2006


Dave M G a écrit :
>>>Someone gave the solution very recently for fixing the confusion among
>>>two cards.
> Can someone point me to this solution? I have been posting and reading
> everything I can on this list with regards to resolving a conflict
> between two sound cards, and I have not seen any such solution.
> 
> I may have just missed it, so if such a solution exists, please direct
> me to it. My two sound cards are not working in Ubuntu.
> 
> --
> Dave M G
I just took a glance in... one of the folder's mail client, by thread.
The answer is a forum post, and nothing left in the message that could
belong to the preceeding, but it should be this one:

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[...]
> I had the exact same problem. I have onboard sound which I do not use in
> addition to an SB Live card which is my default card. Amarok and xmms
> suddenly stopped working. The weird thing is that the sound in Quake IV
> worked perfectly. Anyway, I found a solution in these forums which
> worked for my setup. I edited /home/$USER/.asoundrc so that it looked
> like this:
>
> Code:
> --------------------
>     ### BEGIN set-default-soundcard
> 
>   # If the "### BEGIN..." and "### END..." comments are intact, then you
> 
>   # can change your default soundcard with "set-default-soundcard(1)."
> 
>   # Remove these comments if you want to maintain a custom configuration
> 
>   # that should not be changed automatically.
> 
>   
> 
>   # Default soundcard
> 
>   defaults.pcm.card 1
> 
>   
> 
>   ### END set-default-soundcard
> 
>   
> 
>   pcm. ! default {
> 
>   type hw
> 
>   card 1
> 
>   }
> 
>   
> 
>   ctl. ! default {
> 
>   type hw
> 
>   card 1
> 
>   }
> 
>   
> --------------------
> 
> After that the sound worked again. You might have to restart
> /etc/init.d/alsa-utils and Amarok or whatever you use. Also, if your
> preferred soundcard is card 0 you'll of course have to subsitute "card
> 1" with that. I have no idea what caused the problem, though :/
> -- 
> Ziggy Stardust

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Do you think it might be ?
Greetings, Joyce Markoll.



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