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Emu M PCIe – LinuxMusicians
Post 9 of 9. April 4th, 2. Well there are a couple of reasons for not using one of the Debian kernels. Download the latest stable releases of alsa-driver, alsa-lib, alsa-utils, and alsa-firmware from their wiki page here and extract them.
Do you already have 11212m account? There are two eemu. May 9th, 3. Also if I type in aplay -l get this: Or is the ALSA driver not detecting it correctly? Discussion in ‘ Computer Audio ‘ started by twodekoNov 8, D The other issues still are xruns, there’s no setting without xruns and only 2 of 8 ADAT channels are available.
So I have the hope, that this will work with the second one as well, if there’s a chance at all.
Post 2 of 9. Since I’m not a Linux user, I simply didn’t understand what I saw. I don’t know if there are any good drivers for the E-MU cards.
Copy the firmware files to emu folder Go to the folder where you extracted alsa-firmware in the terminal. If you can’t get your card working, don’t wait to long, within linuux days you can give it back.
EMU 1212M Linux
Then I will go about things slowly and see what happens. Sorry about that, The EMU chips requires firmware to be loaded.
Any reason not to use a standard distro kernel for testing purposes? Let me see what I can find out. It will list all linkx sound hardware. On Sat, at Hello, Bugs with PCIe versions of this card have been described here: Perhaps there’s some voodoo by the BIOS. July 17th, 8. October 7th, 5. Normally, the video card goes in the widest slot, but you may like to try putting in a narrower slot to see if that frees up some bandwidth.
[ALSA] snd-emu10k1: Added support for emu1010, including E-Mu 1212m and E-Mu 1820m [Linux 2.6.21]
It’s relatively straightforward to build with qt4 and slightly more tricky with qt5 some quick Google searches of compile errors should solve it. One PCIE slot is long, theother is short. I’ve also booted my ARch Linux, which is a bit of a pain, but it has a normal 3.
But I tried your emi and they are both dead. As far as I know, the m will not work in Linux.
But my Delta was correctly detected. Or did you already check the BIOS?