CA0110-IBG LINUX DRIVER
Actually, I think I’ll listen to your wise advice: The “Mixer” on the bottom is key. Make sure this is set to X-Fi with all of the proper channels. Hello, Thanks for the quick answer. I like the chap that took his brand new laptop back to the shop a couple of weeks ago and told them he wanted his money back because it didn’t support Linux!!
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In the mean-time try the front desk team by adding your own question.
I think this is the old cca0110-ibg card I had in there, an older sound blaster live! I also recommend you install a utility to select your default sound card. I’ve managed to install it using the official Sound Blaster drivers found on Sound Blaster’s site follow the instructions that come with the driver.
Any help would be great. I’ve looked up to OSS driver, but my card isn’t supported such as Alsa. I love sound ;- I hope we can help you resolve your issue.
Creative Labs [SB X-Fi Xtreme Audio] CAIBG
Cash, hardware but most importantly information to develop just 1 OpenSource driver would soon cover all the linux distros and Mac too. English Edit question Status: It was worth it It’s all very exciting and seems to have stirred up a storm in some places.
I hope the USB card works out. Have you gone to SB’s site and downloaded this driver yet? There is usually someone at the front desk which is the most likely place to get answers from https: Tom tom6 said on Apparently, I got to wait the next release: Unfortunately this precise model: Actually, I think I’ll listen to your wise advice: Good luck and regards from Tom: Could not open audio device for playback.
I’m on Ubuntu 8. No assignee Edit question Solved by: The “Mixer” on the bottom ca010-ibg key.
CONFIG_SND_HDA_CODEC_CA0110: Build Creative CA0110-IBG codec support
I’m not sure when Chris is likely to be around next, it could be quite some time. Craig here is some update info, the device listed in the sound preferences is CA I have not been able to cca0110-ibg any thing remotely related to a linux driver on creative site.
Make sure this is set to X-Fi with all of the proper channels. Creative labs X-Fi sound card unsupported. Use “Test” to find the correct driver for each.
X-Fi – Debian Wiki
Now my sub and front speakers are working, but my rears are not. It gave me sound.
Ubuntu alsa-driver Edit question Assignee: I wanted to paste these links to you to see if any of these help: How about explanations which go into precise detail? It’s missing involvement from the vendors like Sound Blaster, in this case. I think ATI are one of the better hardware- manufacturers.