So although I can record from SPDIF with the mixer, the bytes I put on the hard drive do not correspond exactly with the bytes that were recorded in the first place. The point is, of course, to check whether or not you can see the spdif port in Windows. Compiled on Feb 14 for kernel 2. Here’s the out put from aplay -L Code: They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.
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The other point is that there might possibly be something in the BIOS configuration which is spdif specific. You are currently viewing L4s5mv as a guest. Everything works fine under Windows I have a dual boot setupand so I am highly confident that the hardware is working. I have tried contacting SiS without receiving a reply.
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I just looked at the configuration of my kernel, and didn’t notice anything spdif specific. Thanks for for the reply greenleaf. The first thing I notice from your aplay -l is the lack of IEC Does anyone have any ideas or l4sm5g I post this to the alsa-users mailing list instead?
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Join our community today! It occurs to me that you need to be sure that you have the latest version of Alsa. Device or resource busy aplay -D hw: Last edited by MonsterMaxx; at Put it into 5. When I first loaded Windows it didn’t recognize the spdif port either.
Hardware works for sure. Yes, I have unmuted and maxed out the levels of the in alsamixer. For other reasons I’ve just switched all the hardware over to another motherboard, no audio and I am using an old Audigy with a bracket mounted coax spidf port ribbon cabled to the header pins on the card.
I had to get a more up to date driver from SiS before I could get the spdif port working.
I posted a message to the alsa-users mailing list, about a week ago but I still haven’t got a response. For now I am just using stereo output for my needs. If you need to reset your password, click here. Unknown device d Flags: Granted I’m somewhat of a newbie so maybe that doesn’t mean souns. Last edited by engineman; at Having trouble installing a piece of hardware?
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The analog sound is working fine under linux, and so I believe that the sound card is being detected properly.
If you can see it then its not a bios problem. Compiled on Feb 14 for kernel 2.
First I tried it on a mb that’s nforce2. Basically I do that via a second hard drive and the ability of the BIOS to direct the boot sequence through the master boot record of any of the installed hard drives.
I guess I could compile ALSA from scratch, but I don’t want to go to the 4ls5mg unless there aren’t any other good options left.
Beyond that, i”m stumped. Here’s the out put from aplay -L Code:.