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    Need Tascam US-122 usx2y Driver - Langerland link is gone!

    I have a tascam us-122 which I have had up and running for a long time in ubuntu studio, but I just did a computer rebuild / reinstall, and now the site which hosted the drivers is no longer up! All the tutorials point to the link:
    http://langerland.de/linux/usx2y/usx2y-fw-0.1b.tar.bz2
    But it's no longer there, and I can't find it anywhere else...

    I see plenty of people on here getting stuck at different points in the install process, and I was wondering if I could get someone to send me a copy of that driver so I can get back up and running.

    As a thanks, I could host it on my web server and update the wiki pages so that we can all record beautiful tunes. Deal?

    Thanks,
    Daniel

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    Re: Need Tascam US-122 usx2y Driver - Langerland link is gone!

    You can find the driver here: ftp://ftp.alsa-project.org/pub/firmware/
    I think your best bet is the 1.0.23 tarball. Further instructions here: http://alsa.opensrc.org/Tascam_US-122

    Best,

    Jeremy

    PS I don't own a US122 myself.

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    Re: Need Tascam US-122 usx2y Driver - Langerland link is gone!

    AutoStatic, I don't think that's the same thing as the dead link. The USX2Y driver is what is missing, not the ALSA firmware loaders. As you can see here, both are needed.

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    Re: Need Tascam US-122 usx2y Driver - Langerland link is gone!

    The driver/firmware is in the alsa-firmware tarball, the ld2-ezusb.hex file from the Langerland tarball equals the tascam_loader.ihx file from the alsa-firmware tarball afaics.

    Best,

    Jeremy

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    Re: Need Tascam US-122 usx2y Driver - Langerland link is gone!

    I use a US-122 for my 'mobile' studio (laptop with UbuntuStudio 10.10).
    In case you have troubles finding the right stuff; attached is all I needed
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Re: Need Tascam US-122 usx2y Driver - Langerland link is gone!

    Code:
    diff -Nru tascam_loader.ihx ld2-ezusb.hex > us122.diff
    yielded a 0kb file so you don't need the Langerland tarball anymore.

    Best,

    Jeremy

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    Re: Need Tascam US-122 usx2y Driver - Langerland link is gone!

    Hi guys,

    I've been working on switching my audio laptop from Win7 to Linux (mostly use audacity and my tascam us-122) the machine is a custom laptop built on an msi gx720 mb so ubuntu recognises it as a gx720. I've got maverick loaded, and upgraded with all the studio packages (except usplash because of a repository issue but it's just a theme so I don't think it matters)
    I've been following the same tutorial referenced above in this thread, but when I get to step 5 and run lsusb I get no indication that the system recognises the us-122 all the usb buses show up but they are all listed as device 001 ID 1d6b:001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub bus 1 and 2 show 2.0 root hub. Yes the us-122 is connected via usb to the laptop.
    when I try to forge ahead (because I know the jack it's in is either bus 007 or 008 ) and run fxload for the stage two firmware it says "can't modify CPUCS: Broken pipe"

    any insight would be greatly appreciated I'm good with computers but I'm a Linux n00b.

    Thanks,

    Mark
    Last edited by _DRoboto; February 27th, 2011 at 03:57 PM. Reason: typo

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    Re: Need Tascam US-122 usx2y Driver - Langerland link is gone!

    Well after enough research and time in terminal I've got everything working quite well, and I have been really happy with Ubuntu studio for audio work. Although it really does need to be running a real time kernel, but that was pretty easy to set up.

    I put together a couple tips that cover the things I got hung up on here:
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1705291

    mark

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    Re: Need Tascam US-122 usx2y Driver - Langerland link is gone!

    Quote Originally Posted by AutoStatic View Post
    The driver/firmware is in the alsa-firmware tarball, the ld2-ezusb.hex file from the Langerland tarball equals the tascam_loader.ihx file from the alsa-firmware tarball afaics.

    Best,

    Jeremy
    Thanks. It works fine now.

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    Re: Need Tascam US-122 usx2y Driver - Langerland link is gone!

    Quote Originally Posted by _oscar_ View Post
    I use a US-122 for my 'mobile' studio (laptop with UbuntuStudio 10.10).
    In case you have troubles finding the right stuff; attached is all I needed
    I am getting an error trying to compile that thingy:

    root@studio:~/tascam/usx2y-fw-0.1b# make
    as31 ld2-ezusb.asm
    including file: an2131.asm
    Begin Pass #1
    incLineCount=88
    Warning, line -87, syntax error near "".
    Errors in pass1, assembly aborted
    Errors in pass2, assembly aborted
    make: *** [firmware] Segmentation fault
    root@studio:~/tascam/usx2y-fw-0.1b# ls
    an2131.asm COPYING ld2-ezusb.asm ld2-ezusb.hex Makefile README
    root@studio:~/tascam/usx2y-fw-0.1b#

    I use freshly installed Ubuntu 11.11

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