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RE: Anyone success in ALSA driver for Delta 44?
Hi Kohjin and All,
> Has anyone got a success in ALSA driver for Delta 44 card?
> It's not difficult to install ALSA driver but the setting up is
> always annoying.
> No problem now on a single card (say SB PCI 128) but I couldn't setup
> for Delta 44. Have made lot of 'cut & try' but all failed.
> The problem is Linrad can't find devices available correctly even
> the devices
> (Delta 44 in this case) is exsits. No problem on alsamixer.
> There are lots of controllable items in alsamixer but they are hazy. :-(
> Is it ALSA wrong or even Linrad?
Dominic at Antennspecialisten installed ALSA on a mini-computer,
a small box about 8 x 15 x 25 cm. Niklas brought it here and we made
some experiments with it.
The computer worked fine with Delta44 as input and the builtin
sound chip as output. The Delta44 sampling speed was 48kHz, Niklas
and I tried to change it but we were not able to make it run at any
other speed. After quite some time we installed OSS and found that
the computer was not fast enough to run more than 48kHz because
the processor was 3 times slower than my PentiumIII despite having
much better "bogomips". This would have been a really low cost
solution but the "economy" processor made it uninteresting so we
dropped the project.
Dominic knows how to install ALSA under RedHat 8.0 and I hope he
will share his info with the list.
There are still some errors, ALSA is not quite OSS compatible
when installed as Dominic did it but the ALSA people say it is
becuse some parameter (?) was incorrectly set. The Linrad setup
procedure will not give the correct no of channels so the user must
know his hardware and not ask for more channels than actually
available. I am sure it will be easy to fix:-)
Leif / SM5BSZ
> Well, I know OSS does the job and have it running but I do need
> ALSA drivers
> for certain purposes.
> Kohjin Yamada - JR1EDE
> QTH: PM95tg.12