[LAU] asoundrc questions
rosegardener at freeode.co.uk
Tue Jan 1 22:48:28 UTC 2013
On Tue, 1 Jan 2013 10:24:18 -0800, Len Ovens wrote:
> On Mon, December 31, 2012 7:07 pm, John Murphy wrote:
> > The "unwanted card" is hdmi sound on my graphics card and I don't
> > know if I can disable it. That may be a workaround if I can...
> I wanted my d66 to be hd:0.
> I have three cards:
> internal ac97
> PCI ensoniq (used only for the midi port)
> Normally I can disable the ac97 card in bios, but right now I have been
> testing things with it. In any case normally I have the two cards. They
> both use different drivers, so it is easy to determine which is hw:0.
> I went to /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf and found a lot of lines like:
> options snd-usb-ua101 index=-2
> The -2 means load this module after all the others are done. So I added a
> options snd-ens1370 index=-2
> now my ice1712 always ends up as hw:0
> This trick does not work if two cards use the same driver. So try an lsmod
> and look for *snd* modules that have non rme things in them. Once you find
> the base driver for the hdmi, you can either load it last (as above) or
> black list so it never loads at all.
Great stuff again Len. Thank you. I now have a file in /etc/modprobe.d/
called blacklist-hdmi_sound.conf which contains:
Now aplay -l just lists the two RMEs, which is just what I wanted.
I've also had more success modifying the JRigg .asoundrc, to the
extent that qjackctl now shows all 52 channels as r/w clients in
the connections widget.
I won't be needing quite so many output channels, so I'll probably
use the separate in/out configuration as demonstrated in the JRigg
article. It's currently an all duplex config.
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