[linux-audio-user] New install issues (Was: Trouble compiling JACK 0.98.1)

Sampo Savolainen v2 at iki.fi
Mon Aug 16 03:45:09 EDT 2004


The ice1712 chip is used in a huge amount of audio hardware. The chip always
works in a certain way, regardless of which of it's abilities are used by
the card it is soldered to.

I use the same configuration in asoundrc for my delta 44, and I see 10/12
channels in jackd. Of course, there isn't any point in using channels beyond
the 4+4 channels available in the break out box.

Also, that asoundrc entry isn't really needed. You can use hw:0 (replace 0
with the card number of your 1010). If you have more specific needs, then
you need an asoundrc. I have in my asoundrc entries "channel1" and
"channel2" which represent two stereo channels I can use with non hw
interfacing alsa programs. 

With jackd, you really shouldn't have to care. Just use hw:X


 Sampo

Quoting robin fell <robin.fell at ntlworld.com>:

> On Mon, 2004-08-16 at 04:51, Russell Hanaghan wrote:
> > On Sun, 2004-08-15 at 20:22, Jos Laake wrote:
> > > My '.asoundrc' file looks like this:
> > > -----
> > >   pcm.ice1712 {
> > >     type hw
> > >     card 0
> > >   }
> > > 
> > >   ctl.ice1712 {
> > >     type hw
> > >     card 0
> > >   }
> 
> > Go to the alsa pages and locate the page for the ice1712 chip. Down
> the
> > bottom there is an .asoundrc file posted for a "hoontech" card. Create
> a
> > new .asoundrc from that post. When you run Qjackctl, set the capture
> and
> > playback channels to "0".  See what happens.
> 
> Out of curiosity, I followed the ALSA card matrix for Hoontech to a page
> which has an _identical_ .asoundrc to that posted by Jos.
> 
> Is this not the correct one?  Do you have a URL, or if small enough
> could it be posted?
> 
> If you'd like, I'll accept the .asoundrc and any instructions/notes you
> have and add them to the ALSA wiki for the Delta1010.
> 
> cheers
> R
> 
> 




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