[alsa-devel] Creative Soundblaster X-Fi
tim.laszlo at gmail.com
Fri Jun 29 19:40:50 CEST 2007
You made a much better choice then me... Your card should already be
supported. The X-Fi Extreme Audio uses a known chipset.. sadly I picked up
the X-Fi XtremeMusic which does not. You should be able to get your card
working. Maybe you need an .asoundrc file? Could your apps be playing to
the wrong card?
On 6/28/07, Shinichiro HIDA <shinichiro at stained-g.net> wrote:
> ;; Soryy for I am not a developer.. just a little info.
> >>>>> In <5eebe2e60706261223m358cdd56t539fa90bd5451a9a at mail.gmail.com>
> >>>>> "Tim Laszlo" <tim.laszlo at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Has anyone worked on developing an open source driver for the sound
> > x-fi cards? I've been sitting on one for about a year (mental note
> > support *before* buying..) and would love to use it already... Creative
> > promised drivers but they seem to be in no rush to support Linux. I'd
> > to try my hand at working on a driver for this, but without any
> > specs from creative I wouldn't really know where to begin. Anyone have
> > suggestions on how to start? Anyone worked on this yet? Am I nuts for
> > considering this??
> heh heh.. I bought SB0790(X-Fi XtremeAudio PCI) last month. snd_ca0106
> driver attached to this card with alsa-driver-1.0.14, but I have no
> sound yet.
> ;; I do not have other OS on this machine, play only with Linux.
> I dumped some information with lspci, hwinfo etc.. at
> ;; Sorry for my wiki was frozen for blocking wiki-spams.
> Shinichiro HIDA shinichiro at stained-g.net
> GPG fingerprint = 5F2D 1656 FFF6 F691 A51C 5E61 E416 D398 470C 1CE9
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