[LAU] POD HD300 and Jack

Kelly Hirai khirai at ongaku.isa-geek.net
Wed May 28 02:02:39 UTC 2014

i have the xt and it is a little rough with the line6 kernel module. if
i leave the module loaded for too long i get crashes.  it sounds like
the hd is class complient usb device working with alsa if it already
works with pulse.

On 05/27/2014 05:37 PM, Jostein Chr. Andersen wrote:
> On 05/27/2014 08:49 PM, Cristiano Alessandro wrote:
>> ...
>>  2 [PODHD300       ]: line6usb - POD HD300
>>                       Line6 POD HD300 at USB 8-2:1.0
>> As you can see, device number 2 is my POD, and strangely it says
>> line6usb (which is the name of the device driver in sourceforge).
>> Does this mean that the driver is there and that ALSA support the
>> device?
> I'm a little surprised that you get something at all. I believe that
> the last working POD was the XT. I myself do have two X3s, one bean
> and one PRO, and they don't work on my systems. Beside that they do
> not work via USB in Linux, I don't consider this as a problem; I
> connect the X3 pro via balanced cables direct to the mixer the sound
> card if I want to and it's probably  more noiseless than the "real
> thing".
> On the other hand: Maybe I should donate the X3 bean to someone that
> is willing to seriously try make the driver work again? I know that
> this isn't [LAD], but are someone interested? I'm not sure that I'm
> willing to pay to much of the shipping cost, but anyone?
> Jostein
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