I tried to but didn’t have a ‘net connection on my laptop so I have to wait a few more days. KMix shows both of them too. Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on Find More Posts by burkey. Which do I need to choose to run an optical out? You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.

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Bug # “ALSA Audigy 2 NX sound mixing problem” : Bugs : linux-source package : Ubuntu

How do you make your sound modularized? The time now is Having trouble installing a piece of hardware? However, when I upgraded to my Audigy 2 NX, this functionality disappeared.

Additionally, the card’s mute button is permanently lit, even though it is connected. If you have an integrated sound like a laptop then you auvigy have to make sure you disable that.

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Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Unknown device rev 05 Mplayer and Xine both say they support 5.

Sound Blaster Audigy 2 NX

Open Source Linus Domain Registration. It can not be shared or mixed not easily ; no volume control. KMix shows both of them too. Atmchicago, I am a newbie on linux learning it for school and to get rid of windows since it’s evil Can you go in more details on the steps to installing the audigy 2 NX on linux.

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Since Creative sucks and didn’t write any software for Linux, I don’t think you can adjust the audigj or things like that for the time being via remote. Basically, the problem is only 1 program can use ALSA at a time. Bus Device Have to use alsamixer or the like.

As for the remote control: You have to be sure you have modularized sound support. Having a problem logging in? But I have read that it is supported.

[ALSA] usb-audio – enable high speed (not) on Audigy 2 NX [Linux 2.6.13]

I renamed the onboard sound’s drivers so that it couldn’t find them, thinking that maybe it loads them first, preventing the USB from being loaded. I think the Alsa website has some you can download to test.

I’ll keep this posted when I get that working. I tried running Knoppix, and it was a little different – the little ksoundmix applet in the taskbar asked me which device I wanted, so I assume it was a step linus.


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Tell us exactly what you have observed. Now I can get the soundcard to output to a set of stereo speakers but I’m having a bit of trouble getting it to run optical 5. The output of the command “lsusb -v” is as follows: The crackeling happens because by default the aidigy is at hz, and you want it at hz.