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You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Matej Urbas matej-urbas wrote on Has any progress been made?
Please add the links to the forum posts you’ve assound out to your question, it might provide clues for the answerers! For convenience, this is a start of the “diff” of the two other log files Edit Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
– How do I get an Asound-cm (USB) sound card to work? – Ask Ubuntu
As for the second proposal, where do I get this ‘very late upstream kernel’ from? I have the same problem.
Is your sound card recognized in ubuntu as an audio device? Eik Iemer eikiemer wrote on Aug 20 ’13 at 8: Since some recent kernel upgrade for ubuntu I consider bying a “Sound Blaster Omni Surround 5.
The problem is not dependent on the other hardware of the computer checked with four entirely different computers. This can be done by clicking on the yellow pencil icon next to the tag located at the bottom of the bug description and deleting the ‘needs- cm06 testing’ text. My usb CM card is 5.
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I tried these settings, it does not make any difference Code: On a properly configured system, disabling the on-board device and just plugging the USB device in should work. I am using Ubuntu I think my device can only handle 16bit see info in post 3probably that’s why the pulseaudio option is ignored.
Out of curiosity I also tried a stereo-only analog usb sound card also works fine on raspberry pi and it has exactly the same issue on the C2, the sound randomly flips from left to right speaker at rather high but random frequency, dizzying if you sit inbetween the two speakers! Asoynd the settings or killing pulseaudio usually worked.
Duplicates of this bug Bug CM Like Sound Device’ by lsusb. The forums have been unusually unhelpful with every thread having wildly different answers which all seem to consist of downloading stuff, writing epics scripts in asoubd languages, replacing the entire sound stack, patching the kernel or otherwise doing stuff that is so far over my head as to be incomprehensible.
Thanks guys, Matej Urbas instructions worked for me! Actually, I found a workaround for this apologies if it has already been pointed out: The card was always set to max volume upon plugging in, no matter what the volume regulator said. Is there a workaround or some guide on how to make it working?
Notably, the device itself is buggy.
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Email me about changes to this bug report. Tested with mainline 2. Qsound someone offer me a solution that any fool could follow. Jeff Fortin Tam kiddo wrote on