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I did tested his (James-alsa developer for audigyls) cvs driver some one month or so ago. The sound output works but the line-in didn't work. And the mixer was still very rough around the edge. Hope he notice those stuff and do what is necessary. Will test it once 1.0.6 is official. I only have the production machine to work with, so can't mess it up to often.
Last edited by carboncopy; 08-10-2004 at 11:03 PM.
BIOS is probably the way you are going to disable your onboard soundcard.
If such option is not there (I doubt it), then maybe you can check your motherboard manual to see if any jumper setting is available for disabling it.
I'm new to Linux, I love music, and I really want to try the various sequencers and such included with SuSE 9.1, and I have a Dell SB Live. Do I understand correctly that I will be able to use this soundcard in Linux?
Distribution: Gentoo 2004.2: Who needs exmmpkg when you have emerge?
I think you can work MIDI if you follow a mini-howto found in the postings in the regular emu10k1 driver page in the soundcard matrix (lots of ins ). I think 1.0.5 has Dell SB Live support, since I'm using a module called emu-10k1x for my regular SB Live, and I've heard someone got their's working with 1.0.5.
How do I go about switching to the emu10k1x module? And is that all I need to do to get it working? I assumed the module was already set seeing as the x vers. driver is the one that shows up next to my sound card. But evidentally not.