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I'm aware this reply is irrelevant but if anyone should find it.. this is my story. I disable hd audio in bios, and hdmi audio worked. using only hdmi cable, no additional jacks. it works in windows xp 64 bit and 32 bit as well as slackware 32 bit current ( as of november 9 2011 ). I did not edit any .asoundrc files. didnt edit anything. it just worked by disabling hdaudio in bios. board is asus m4a78lt-m card=hda ati hdmi chip=ati rs690/780 hdmi. it did not work in puppy 413 or zenwalk 7
best free linux studio stuff out there i'm aware of is
pup studio 3.3
AVLinux a debian based live cd / usb stick for Audio and Video work, I think it should be considered, Very good. http://www.bandshed.net/AVLinux.html support many sound configuration alternatives with external usb, firewire, adat or standard analog or digital sound cards.