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Old 05-07-2004, 05:54 PM   #1
nATEmATE
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ALSA: Setting default device, MDK10-C.


Hi,

Ive been playing around with linux for a while now. Up until I got my digital speakers ALSA worked great.

But, I need to specify to various applications hw:0,2. UT2004 provides no obvious way to do this, nor does some other games.

Is there a simple way to tell ALSA to use hw:0,2 for the default output device, overrding hw:0,0?

MDK10-C, nForce2/Abit NF7-S, using onboard sound storm chip.


Thanks in advance,

nATEmATE.
 
  


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