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Old 06-29-2004, 08:42 PM   #1
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Soundblaster MP3+ USB Audio

I have a Soundblaster MP3+ usb audio device which, with the alsa xmms plugin works for xmms, yet under gnome 2.6, even though I have alsa installed (I have slackware 10 so it came with it), IT IS DETECTED, but under "Volume Control", I can not adjust the PCM controls from the 0% marker. There is two speaker columns which I can control, but those do not do anything for me. Thank You.

Slackware 10 - FULL INSTALL
2.2 Ghz Celeron
Two 40 GB Drivers - Master XP - Slave Slack 10
Old 07-12-2004, 01:09 PM   #2
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mp3+ external usb soundcard

Sorry, cant help with your problem.

But can you give Information about mp3+ support in general with linux?

Is Suse 9.1 or Debian supported ?
Does the mp3+ relly work with the emu10k1 driver ?
is recording via Line in available ?

thank you,


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