[LAU] Digigram VX222e not seen as card

Chris Caudle chris at chriscaudle.org
Wed Aug 16 23:00:32 UTC 2017

On Wed, August 16, 2017 5:24 pm, Sam Mulvey wrote:
> A radio station I'm working on has a machine with a Digigram VX222e
> connected to it.
> According to the Digigram site and ALSA, the sound card is supported by

Are you sure the PCIe version is supported?
This is all I see in includes/sound/vs_core.h:

/* hardware type */
enum {
	/* VX222 PCI */
	VX_TYPE_BOARD,		/* old VX222 PCI */
	VX_TYPE_V2,		/* VX222 V2 PCI */
	VX_TYPE_MIC,		/* VX222 Mic PCI */
	/* VX-pocket */
	VX_TYPE_VXPOCKET,	/* VXpocket V2 */
	VX_TYPE_VXP440,		/* VXpocket 440 */

I cannot find right not the file with the actual PCI device ID values to
Maybe the PCI portion behind the PCIe bridge appears as a VX222 PCI board.
What is the response when you run sudo insmod snd-vx222 ?

Chris Caudle

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