[SOLVED] ALSA 1.0.16 on linux 2.6.26-2 recording issue - moving settings
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ALSA 1.0.16 on linux 2.6.26-2 recording issue - moving settings
I have one strange problem with my ALSA. I lost ability to record sound through Mic line after change my motherboard to ASUS P5QSE2. OS: Debian GNU/Linux Lenny 32bit. My output stereo stream was moved from Front output (on old MB) to Rear output (on new MB), but all other outputs/inputs seems dead.
More strangest thing: I successfully installed Debian Squeeze 64bit and Gentoo 64 after MB changed, and sound inputs/outputs works fine! Therefore it's not a hardware issue but just OS config problem.
I tried to copy /usr/share/alsa/alsa.conf from Squeeze to Lenny and nothing changed. Files like .asoundrc and /etc/asound.conf doesn't exist neither in Squeeze nor in Lenny.
Does anyone can tell me what config files I need to copy?
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After many attempts I just compile new kernel (33.3.) It's only possible way. My old kernel (26.2) cannot correctly understand ICH10.
BTW, be aware of bugs in newer kernels (like uts-version and glibc bug <sys/*h> !)
Last edited by MatrixS_Master; 05-03-2010 at 03:38 PM.