[linux-audio-user] Alsa sound card order.
st at tobiah.org
Tue Jan 2 22:28:49 EST 2007
I am using alsa drivers built right into the kernel, rather than
modules. My Kubuntu system figures that my M-audio card is 0, and
the Soundblaster is 1. I want to reverse that. Can I?
The reason for this, is that many apps seem to be unable to play
through the M-audio. I'm thinking it's because they use the OSS
interface, and there is no OSS kernel option for the ice1712.
Could that be true?
Actually, after booting my new kernel, I find that there are no
/dev/dsp* devices at all. No wonder the non-alsa apps don't work.
Still, I checked OSS support, and support for the Live! card.
Not sure why I don't have at least /dev/dsp0.
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