Re: Alsa and udev-0.071-1
I upgraded to kernel 2.13.4 and 0.074-2 and now works.
On 11/15/05, Lorenzo Lopez <email@example.com
I had the same problem with my unstable snapshot. I tried to
dist-upgrade my system and udev 0.068-2 was updated by version 0.074-2.
Of course, this process removed hotplug from my system.
Afterwards, I tried to reboot my system and the sound didn't work. I
tried 'alsaconf' as the Debian bug report says, and even though alsaconf
detected my sound card successfully, the sound didn't still work.
For now, the only solution I have found is to get back to udev-0.068-2
with hotplug and everything works properly.
I just have one sound card in my system. This is, according to lspci:
Multimedia audio controller: ATI Technologies Inc IXP150 AC'97 Audio
Controller (rev 01)
¿Does anybody know something else about this problem?
Andras Lorincz wrote:
> I'm using a testing snapshot from last week and encountered some
> problems with alsa. I have an onboard VIA soundcard and a SB Live
> card. When debian boots up, only the device files for the onboard chip
> are created though the modules for both cards are loaded. Then if I
> run alsaconf both cards are recognized but only the SB Live card
> works, that is only the device files for the SB Live card are created.
> How can I make to work both soundcards? Should I add some udev rules?
> In alsa-utils.rules I have this line:
> KERNEL=="controlC[0-7]", ACTION="" RUN+="/lib/alsa-utils/udev"
> In udev.rules, among others, I have these:
> KERNEL=="controlC[0-9]*", NAME="snd/%k"
> KERNEL=="hwC[D0-9]*", NAME="snd/%k"
> KERNEL=="pcmC[D0-9cp]*", NAME="snd/%k"
> KERNEL=="midiC[D0-9]*", NAME="snd/%k"
> KERNEL=="timer", NAME="snd/%k"
> KERNEL=="seq", NAME="snd/%k"
> I'm using kernel 2.12.6.
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