About both of them.
About both of them.
Last edited by Patryk Krawczyk; August 18th, 2008 at 02:10 PM.
does anyone know if "changing input from line in to mic" and "+48v phantom power" features work with this driver?
i tried installing the maya44 using the howto posted here, and the install went pretty smooth, though i did have to install the kernel header like tobisc did. however, after restarting i am not able to produce any audio, through the usb card or built in audio device whatever.
you probably need more information, like config settings and what not, but i don not know how to produce these, so if someone would tell me how to, i'llglady post htem
i'm pretty clueless as i only recently started exploring linux and ubuntu, and i rely heavily on power users like yourself that are kind enough to help the likes of me.
If the system cant be configured to be able to choose between in built and external soundcard at one time, i'd rather just have the inbuilt and leave audio production my windowsXP software.
thank you very much for your time in advance
I'm sorry Sylvertwyst, but this tutorial is about ESI MAYA 44 PCI not USB version.
oh. that seems to be the problem... my bad, i should have read more carefully...
in any case, could you tell me how to roll back to my original alsa configs? everything worked good right out of the box, so i thought about reinstalling alsa, but even after reinstalling every alsa related package that i could find in synaptic the problem still remains...
Thank you for replying though
I installed alsa from source, and wanted to revert so I wouldn't have to reinstall alsa everytime the kernel moved. The above did not work for me. Here's a safer way that did.
sudo aptitude --purge reinstall linux-sound-base alsa-base alsa-utils linux-image-`uname -r` linux-ubuntu-modules-`uname -r` libasound2
That re-grabs all of the alsa binaries and modules. You may also need to
ls -lt /lib/modules/`uname -r`/kernel/sound/
And delete anything from the day you manually installed alsa.
Yesterday I try this HOWTO
but I did a mistake...
My card is the regular
Maya44 PCI and not the
ESI...this is a problem for
me since my ubuntu does not
see my old card anymore as well
as the Maya44.
I need to undo this change!!
In Ubuntu 8.04, this patch works perfectly, but in 8.10 I don't get good results... With patch for 1.0.17, a error occurs, and with patch for 1.0.18rc3, compiles fine, but don't works after restart the system. Any suggestions?
Thanks, and sorry for my poor english (I'm Brazilian).