I would also like to say that when I boot Ubuntu I get a black screen before the log in that says it sees the Emu, but no firmware is found. I’ll have to see how my ThinkPad T30 copes with this – it has a quieter fan, at any rate, so it would be a better choice for my needs. To be filled by O. March 19th, 8. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.
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My workaround has been to just use it as an analog preamp to my LS which works very nicely. Well, I decided to give Fedora 12 a try, and, surprise!
March 18th, 1. To post a comment you must log in. As it turns out, Ubuntu Studio ships with the realtime kernel, and works well with my E-MU interface. If you are unable to test the mainline kernel, for example it will not boot, please add the tag: Also, did lniux disable your on-board sound or change default to the EMU card? Would it be possible for you to test the latest upstream kernel?
Can’t get sound from Emu After loading the snd module, you need to check aplay -l and see if the card is listed.
No PulseAudio daemon running, or not running as session daemon. Please test the latest v3.
ALSA doesn’t change sample rate frequency when I play songs with different sample rate and I hear distortion sound. That means Linuc need to either use the wired network or sneakernet to transfer recordings made with it.
Ubuntu Foundations Team Bug Bot crichton on Can’t get sound from Emu The matter became moot, and XP took a hike, when it finally crapped out one day. Joseph Salisbury jsalisbury wrote pinux Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Installed s 65 days ago InstallationMedia: Can’t get sound from Emu Sorry for the double post I do know for sure it is the revision that does work.
This same netbook using XP was a lost cause for recording, no matter how many devices I disabled.
March 19th, 7. The latest manufacturer drivers were for Vista. The bug is actual in the latest versions.
At any rate, if I’m going to be taping with a laptop, network access is about the last thing I’d be concerned with. It’s been years since I rolled my own kernel This change was mmu by a bot.
The patch is not applied. All sampling rates are available, at and bit depths. They asked for a crash dump. I would also like to say that when I boot Ubuntu I get a black screen before the log in that says it sees the Emu, but no firmware is found.
My system doesn’t even see it muu a Creative card. Can’t get sound from Emu Hello everyone!