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Re: [linrad] Help: Sound under SuSE 9.1
tnx for your help. I have now a second soundcard configured.
dev0: C-Media CMI 8738 5.1 PCI, read only in Linrad
dev1: SB16 VibraX, ISA Card, wr only in Linrad
I use dev0 as AD Input @ 8000Hz. Card works OK as before.
I selected dev1 as output, reconfigured DA rate back to 8000Hz.
This is an old ISA Card and cannot run duplex, but as it is configured in
Linrad as wronly this should not be a major problem.
The cards seems to work ok. I get sound out of the speaker when I connect a
signal source to the line in of the same card on condition that the
alsamixer settings a adapted for this situation.
As I use the dev0 only for read, the "Disable direct connection from to
input to output" - thing should not be a problem, as I don`t want to use
this card in duplex mode anyway.
However, there is no output from the SB16 in Linrad. I can hear a "click" in
the speakers when I click(left or right mousebutton) on the spectrum (as if
something switches), but no sound out of the speakers.
Don't think it is a SB16 problem really. Meanwhile I wonder if I operate
Linrad correct or if the software itself has a problem. Should I try and
> Hi Daniel,
> I would look at the information about a Linrad configuration that works
> with Suse9.1, alsadrivers, and two different soundcards, as described in
> 'Linrad User Data Bank (ON5GN).
> >From there, one possible way to solve your problem could consist in
> following steps:
> 1. Use two different soundcards , one for input and one for output.
> 2. Find out the exact syntax of the amixer commands that are applicable
> your soundcards and replace the commands that were used for the PC128 and
> Delta44 sound cards.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Daniel Koch" <dl3iae@xxxxxx>
> To: <linrad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Thursday, January 20, 2005 12:15 PM
> Subject: [linrad] Help: Sound under SuSE 9.1
> > Hey, was that too trivial for all the specialists out there?
> > Just got one response by DL4MEA who has the same problem (and cannot
> > cure it...).
> > So please again, can anyone help me to get the sound running the way it
> > should under SuSE 9.1?
> > Tnx Daniel, DL3IAE
> > * To: linrad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > * Subject: [linrad] Help Linrad sound
> > * From: "Daniel Koch" <dl3iae@xxxxxx>
> > * Date: Sat, 15 Jan 2005 00:29:55 +0100 (MET)
> > * Reply-to: linrad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > * Sender: owner-linrad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > Hi folks,
> > after several failures I managed to get Linrad sort of running.
> > My installation:
> > CPU:: P II
> > CPU Speed:: 233 MHz MMX
> > RAM in MB:: 192
> > SOUND CARD:: C-Media CMI 8738 5.1 PCI
> > SOUND DRIVER:: ALSA as in the SuSE 9.1 package
> > VIDEO CARD:: no clue, but it is working OK
> > VIDEO DRIVER:: SuSE
> > LINUX DISTRIBUTION:: SuSE
> > LINUX VERSION:: 9.1 PRO
> > KERNEL VERSION:: 2.6
> > SVGALIB VERSION:: svgalib-1.9.18 (latest)
> > LINRAD VERSION:: 01-27 (latest)
> > However, I cannot get the sound working properly. I see the spectrum but
> > cannot hear the Linrad sound output on my speakers. What I hear is the
> > audio
> > that comes in via Line IN.
> > If I mute this input, all sound is gone. Right mouse click on the
> > results in complete silence...
> > - "Disable direct connection from to input to output"
> > Sounds easy, but I don't know how. Have tried about 5 different mixers
> > that
> > came with my SuSE package, but the result is always the same.
> > I have invested countless hours and I have not much of a hint what I am
> > doing wrong here.
> > Went through all the mail index on the reflector.
> > I am a newbie to Linux and guess I just need somebody to tell me the
> > trick...
> > Tnx in advance
> > Daniel, DL3IAE
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