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Old 08-09-2004, 07:48 AM   #1
cpukiller
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usb desktop microphone


Hi everybody,

i am on Slackware 10. I have kernel 2.4.26 and 2.6.7 installed. with the 2.4.26, my usb desktop microphone from Logitech is detected(at least in Kmix). Kmix gives me the choice of configuring either my sndblaster live 5.1 or my AK5370(which is the chipset of the MIC).

I don't know how to say to ALSA to use my USB Desktop MIC as default MIC. Even worse, my USB MIC is event not detected by alsaconf.

By the way... which kernel option I must enable in the kernel for the 2.6.7 for enabling support for my usb mic?

An other thing... I also have an onboard soundcard. what is the best way of selecting which sound card is used?

lots of questions about sound in linux as u can see
 
  


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