[linux-audio-user] Re: Edirol UM-1S weird behaviour
mchristoph.eckert at t-online.de
Mon Nov 22 17:27:22 EST 2004
first of all, thanks for your detailed help.
> You have two kernel drivers for USB MIDI devices.
> * 'snd-usb-audio' is the ALSA module containing the drivers
> for Audio and MIDI USB devices.
> * 'usb-midi' is the OSS/Free module for USB MIDI devices
> only. * 'audio' is the OSS/Free module for USB Audio
> devices. You can have both modules compiled and installed,
> but you should only use one of them at a time. ALSA does
> not need the OSS/Free modules. It can do OSS emulation
> using it's own resources.
OK, very weird. Since I have installed Gentoo, ALSA never die
restore the last settings of alsamixer. After every reboot,
all channels have been down and muted.
> Both drivers want to be loaded and claim the device if you
> have hotplug installed. To "blacklist" one of them, insert
> a line with the module name in the file
Thanks a lot again.
I blacklisted usb-midi, and now, after a reboot, alsa does not
I just telephoned with a friend, and we found out that the
device was listed in
so the module was always loaded after pluggin in the UM-1S.
I removed the module file manually from the modules directory,
and after a reboot, everything seems to be fine - even my
alsamixer settings are restored!
The presence of usb-midi and snd-usb-audio seems to have
caused a really messed up setup.
I'm just building a new kernel with all OSS stuff disabled (I
really do not expect to need any of the OSS drivers), and I
hope this will bring me a great success.
Thanks for all of your hints, if I do any important and
successful step, I'll keep you informed.
Thanks a lot & kind regards
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