Wonderful, fantastic, problem solved. It works fine with this setting. Additionally, if you are member of the ubuntu-reviewers team please also unsubscribe the team from this bug report. Mount the root folder of your music collection: I installed the following packages to get sound working.
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But when I run alsamixer to set the volume, it fails with following error message. Thank you very much, sir. Strangly on ubuntu Thank you for reporting this bug to Ubuntu. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Unfortunately, USB audio devices under Linux are often a pain, because manufacturers don’t follow specs properly, so volume information is incorrectly reported.
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When I plugged in this device, it was detected by the kernel as shown below. It is done automatically. I have installed Debian Squeeze 6.
This bug affects 8 people. Mine goes to I installed 0x8c following packages to get sound working. Hi, I have the exact same problem with the following sound card: Comment on this change optional.
First set the server to your server IP ie. The ubuntu-reviewers team has been subscribed to the bug report so that they can review the patch. I am not responsible for those packages, but I have asked the person who is to get them fixed up.
One click below in the horizontal volume slider is too low to hear, and one click above would make Spinal Tap envious. Skip to content This post describes how to wire up an analogue speaker connection mini-jack to your Cubox through an external USB sound card, and control play back of your music collection through client software on another networked device.
Debian Squeeze does not come with alsaconf utility to detect 0f8c install the necessary modules. But alsamixer is still messed up, I 0d88c caught the culprit. Note that there may not be a version of this package available for your kernel version just yet, but give it a day, and it will hopefully be available.
It is mostly all necessary ALSA packages. See full activity log.
See this document for currently supported Ubuntu releases: When plugging in the USB sound card mentioned above and running dmesg the following output is given: Mic values looks correct to datasheet, but I do not have a mic, so can’t test it. Please contact him regarding any issues 0dd8c the action taken in this bug report.
You need to log in to change this bug’s status. You could try updating your alsa drivers, as outlined here: The solution below is taken from the same post, and requires you to compile and reinstall libmad: Confirm, the same on Daniel van Vugt vanvugt wrote on Thank you so much for your help!!! 000r, Thank you for reporting this bug to Ubuntu.