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Audiophile 24/96 and Linux
erik
post Jun 10 2002, 11:42
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Hey!

Have just installed Red Hat linux 7.2 on my computer, but I can't get the M-Audio Audiophile 24/96 soundcard to work under linux, and there is no driver at the m-audio homepage. Does anybody know where to find unofficial drivers???

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qristus
post Jun 10 2002, 14:40
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Originally posted by erik
Hey!

Have just installed Red Hat linux 7.2 on my computer, but I can't get the M-Audio Audiophile 24/96 soundcard to work under linux, and there is no driver at the m-audio homepage. Does anybody know where to find unofficial drivers???

TIA
Erik!


You need to install the ALSA drivers for the ice1712 chip. Don't know where you'd find these under Red Hat, but I'd imagine them to be somewhere on the install CDs at least.
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erik
post Jun 10 2002, 18:46
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Hey, again!

Sorry,I can't seem to find them, says nothing of ALSA in the Red Hat Bible either.
If it's any help /usr/sbin/sndconfig detects the sound card chip right, but says that the sound card isn't supported. Since I'm a newbie to Linux, is there something obvious I'm missing, or??

What is ALSA by the way, and is it maybe known under a different name?

Appreciate any help
Erik
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