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algorhythm99 View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by algorhythm99 01-13-2015, 05:09 AM #15 snellwilco LQ Newbie Registered: Aug 2014 Distribution: Ubuntu Version Comments Last Updated Creative Labs Audigy 1 emu10k1 Yes Output only 5.10 (Breezy) Sound input does not work in Breezy, though it did in Hoary 2006-Jan-02 Creative Labs Sound Please, install the package with full kernel sources for your distribution or use --with-kernel=dir option to specify another directory with kernel sources (default is /usr/src/linux). At boot, these are the messages from the kernel: Code: Jun 2 16:52:04 hydra kernel: [ 12.660913] hda_intel: Disabling MSI Jun 2 16:52:04 hydra kernel: [ 12.660927] hda-intel 0000:05:00.0: Force to Check This Out

Default Mixer Tracks: This should be set to: Audigy 1 (SB0090) (alsa Mixer). Since I was using the Analog output, I needed to have this OFF so I could listen to stuff. Uses driver ca0106 Operating System: Ubuntu Linux Rating: Submitted on 2007-12-07 09:53:15 Anonymous Post License: GNU LGPL The Audigy Platinum EX version, including the external i/o box, also works without a Plugged up to that and fiddled with the settings in the preferences and my Phil collins album shouting out the speakers and appropriately singing 'another day in paradise' Ubuntu is getting https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1294565

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Awesome, janKdebian's post is exactly what I needed in Linux Mint 17 to make the Audigy FX to work! We added them to the hardware description of the SB Audigy RX SB1550. I didn't turn the volume keys all the way up (there were at about 2/3) the first test, so I got little splat sounds.

Find More Posts by trevoratxtal 05-24-2014, 10:01 AM #3 Steve R. Although it had _seemed_ to be recognized under plain Centos 7, I wondered, when I discovered the shocking difference between Centos and Centos Plus (where is the Dateline expose on this?) If I do a grep 'audio' /etc/group I get; audio:29:timidity,pulse,paul1 I guess that looks good too? You can use mixer(8) to change them.

It controls only front output volume in multichannel mode and all output volume in single channel mode. "rec" mixer control acts very differently on EMU10K1 and other cards. Ubuntu 16.04 Sound Not Working After undisabling pulseaudio and restarting it I can use it to direct output to the SoundBlaster, so I'm all set, apparently. Annoyed by ads on Grooveshark? I have never seen this tip involving initramfs before, and to be honest I'm not sure I quite understand it but will if necessary burn up some hours trying to apply

See if you can now hear any sound from your speakers by clicking on sounds in the "Sound Preferences" pannel and test logon or logoff sound if still no luck on And now finally hope this works for everybody click the playback button in the Volume Control Pannel and turn everything up for sound not too high though just enough so you I just used alsamixer from the command line though. Ubuntu Ubuntu Insights Planet Ubuntu Activity Page Please read before SSO login Advanced Search Forum The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Official Flavours Support Hardware [SOLVED] SB Audigy drivers for Ubuntu?

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It has been several years since I had that type of issue, so my suggestion could be considered "dated". I am running linux-3.16.1 now with awesome sound, nvidia GTX750 driver from thier webite and all GPU computing enabled. (Yes, while listening to music) janK I think I'm experiencing what you Sound Blaster Ubuntu I had to uncheck the Audigy Analog/Digital Output Jack. Sound Blaster Audigy Rx But at least I can stop banging my head against the wall to get 2 snd_hda_intel devices working on the same backplane. (well, even just one I would have been happy

The reason that I am asking this is that I have had several cards where the Windows install resulted in "firmware" being loaded onto the card. http://nndesk.com/sound-blaster/creative-labs-sb-x-fi-driver-ubuntu.html All rights reserved. However, following instructions both on this site and the alsa site itself, I keep getting the following error: Quote: checking for kernel version... Help Derf Doc (doc-puterdocs) said on 2008-04-07: #11 I had the same problem after installing twice and getting the updates.

There is no MIDI support for this card. I just wish I knew how that driver reload fixed it. My outputs for lspci and dmesg are very similar.
03:00.0 Multimedia audio controller [0401]: Creative Labs SB0400 Audigy2 Value [1102:0008]
Subsystem: Creative Labs Device [1102:1024]
Flags: bus master, medium devsel, http://nndesk.com/sound-blaster/creative-drivers-for-ubuntu.html substream map (in byte offsets, each substream is 2 bytes LE) Offset Substream +0x00..+0x1E PCM streams 0..15 +0x20, +0x22 Empty +0x24..+0x2A PCM inputs: front left, front right, rear left, rear right,

Check out this thread, yes it is old but for diagnostic purposes still applies.... Adv Reply October 25th, 2009 #6 IcarusR View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Fresh Brewed Ubuntu Join Date Oct 2006 Location Milton Keynes, UK Beans 1,141 DistroUbuntu 10.04 Lucid Please sign in to to participate in the discussion threads.

If you have n sound cards, just add the n-1 ones you don not want to use as primary output to that file.

install.sh, run in terminal:) chmod +x install.sh && ./install.sh
apt-get install gcc libncurses5-dev libncursesw5-dev dpkg-dev
apt-get remove alsa-utils #if you have lower version than 1.0.29


After a hard-reboot Code: % cat /sys/bus/pci/devices/0000\:02\:00.1/enable % 1 For some reason, after this reboot I could hear any sound from the SoundBlaster for the first time. Hi Steve R, tried this with a Win7 computer, then put the card back onto the linux machine; but I still the have same problem. thanks. navigate here The AC97 recording levels are always set to maximum and recording source is always “stereo mix”. "dig1" is a CD S/PDIF (on-card) volume control "dig2" is an AudigyDrive S/PDIF (Audigy series)

The only thing I can think of is somehow, during system startup, the snd_hda_intel driver gets properly loaded for the onboard card and the HDMI audio device, but not the SoundBlaster, Certain settings in ALSA must be initialized. Posts: 66 Rep: This may help to find the driversor soundblaster cards. You should install the kernel source package: linux-source-2.6.15 After installing, the ./configure script would most likely find where the kernel sources are so you wouldn't have to explicitly specify where they

I would suggest starting your own topic on ubuntu forums and if it isn't answered then bump it. If you're using analog output, you'll need to use alsamixer to adjust this as outlined above. martin270 (martin-mercer) said on 2007-10-27: #5 Ok think I have now sorted the problem out after the last 2 days, it's nothing to do with the sound card or the software