[linux-audio-user] in trouble with rme digi96/8 pad
lazone at pi.be
Thu Jul 15 08:03:33 EDT 2004
Malcolm Baldridge wrote:
> Quoting kmd <lazone at pi.be>:
>>immediately worked like a charm with mdk 9.2. unbelievable. the trouble
>>started with mdk 10.0. i managed to make it work after several days of
>>searching. don't ask me how, i woke up, booted and to my surprise it
>>worked. never change a winning configuration you would say. indeed.
>>today i reenabled the onboard audio chip in the bios, booted windows,
>>booted back linux and yes trouble happened.
> Ouch. This reads like one of those bad soap operas where you know how it's
> going to end, you shout at the TV screen "DON'T DO IT!!" but the actors keep
> continuing onwards to their doom.
> This is quite old. Have you considered updating to ALSA-1.0.5a?
i upgraded to 1.05, same problem: no error messages when playing
anything, but again no sound.
> You can try the "minimalist" approach of just upgrading your drivers first,
> and then the UTILITIES (not the libraries)... if you upgrade your libraries,
> you might need to recompile/re-link every ALSA application in your box,
> which would be a terrible amount of work and effort for just an experiment.
>>mandrake 10 official, standard 2.6 kernel
> Yikes. I smell so much danger here, Will Robinson.
> Verify the audio drivers are loading apropriately (check dmesg)
> Verify mixer settings with a low-level tool like alsamixer. Double-check
> MUTE settings. Check "procinfo" command for a registered IRQ on the sound
> card, and that the IRQ count is non-zero. If it's a shared IRQ with another
> active device, this won't give you any conclusive data.
as i said, alsamixer works fine and is unmuted. amixer:
[kmd at bazz kmd]$ amixer
Simple mixer control 'DAC',0
Playback channels: Front Left - Front Right
Limits: Playback 0 - 16383
Front Left: Playback 12568 [77%]
Front Right: Playback 12568 [77%]
[kmd at bazz kmd]$ cat /proc/asound/card0/rme96
RME Digi96/8 PAD at 0xf6000000, irq 21 (index #1)
period size: 8192 bytes
sample rate: no valid signal
sample format: 16 bit
output signal: same as input
sample rate: 44100 Hz
sample format: 16 bit
sample clock source: internal
format: IEC958 (consumer)
non-audio (dolby): off
Analog output settings
monitored ADAT tracks: 1+2
attenuation: 0 dB
volume left: 16383
volume right: 16383
> Sorry, Monsieur KMD.
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