[linux-audio-user] hdsp output 2 is mucky in linux, not in windows

Rich E reakinator at gmail.com
Tue Mar 13 22:46:08 EDT 2007

I've been trying to figure out how to downgrade the firmware version for
about a year... every post I find suggests this, but no one says how to do
it.  The Windows software offered on the RME website only upgrades to
version 53 (which is 35 in hex... haha from my other post).

As for fixing the driver, I understand how busy you are Paul and how much
you have already done for the Linux community.  Thanks!  I wish I could
help... maybe I can if others are interested who know alot about ALSA and
how to debug its problems..


On 3/13/07, Paul Davis <paul at linuxaudiosystems.com> wrote:
> On Mon, 2007-03-12 at 22:42 -0800, Rich E wrote:
> > Hi all, sorry if I'm wearing out people's eyes with so much rme
> > troubleshooting... but I'm not quite ready to give up on my $1,300
> > investment (although close, seeing as how I've only been able to fix
> > about 10% of my problems with the card).
> >
> > So my second output is sometimes just spitting out digital noise.  It
> > didn't (for the first time in since it happened) earlier today, but
> > since then I have rebooted and it is back.  I have tried the card
> > under windows and I don't have any problems there.  Output channels 1
> > and 3 are fine, most likely the rest are too.
> >
> > Any ideas?
> wrong/not-yet-supported-on-linux firmware version.
> search the archives (this issue has shown up several times, including
> the last few days), coordinate with other users, send some dollars and
> i'll fix the ALSA driver. in the meantime downgrade to an older firmware
> version. i wish i could offer it for free, but i can't. if someone else
> wants to fix it, ask me for the files (and nothing else).
> --p
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