From checking the ALSA card matrix at
, it seems that only the original
Audigy is supported at the moment, and even that is not completely
supported. I believe Mandrake have got the audigy to work a little better
in 9.0, but I don't think there is any audigy 2 support yet.
I feel your pain. It is a good card, but from what I have heard, Creative
ditched their open source effort awhile ago.
At 08:55 AM 1/02/2003, you wrote:
I'd like to know whether someone has succeeded
using Audigy 2 under Linux.
I'm using the latest emu10k1 driver downloaded
from soundforge (v0.20a) on a Mandrake 9.0 with
The driver seems to be sending analog audio output
to a digital out only jack that results in the audio
signal coming out from there totally distorted. No
sound is coming from analog outputs. I can't manage
to get it to send the signal to the right analog
output. I have 5.1 analog speakers.
Anyone out there that has managed to make this setup
work will be welcome to enlighten me.
Hint: the Audigy 2 is slightly different from Audigy (1)
which does seem to use the jack labelled digital out for
both analog and digital output, depending on setup.
Probably the driver as-is works with Audigy. I'm looking
specifically for Audigy 2 users.
Thanks a lot in advance,
C A R L E S