If it is disabled via the BIOS, then there is nothing alsa or anything else can do to get it going, you would have to enable it first. The audio device on my motherboard is a SiS chipset which is supposed to be supported by the intel8x0 ALSA driver, and as far as I can tell it is configured correctly in the kernel and modprobe. Oh – here is a horrid suggestion. The analog sound is working fine under linux, and so I believe that the sound card is being detected properly. Basically I do that via a second hard drive and the ability of the BIOS to direct the boot sequence through the master boot record of any of the installed hard drives.
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It occurs to me that you need to be sure that you have the latest version of Alsa. Last edited by l4s5,g at Thanks for for the reply greenleaf.
Find More Posts by MonsterMaxx. Yes, I have unmuted and maxed out the levels of the in alsamixer. Device or resource busy aplay -D hw: Find More Posts by wf3. If you have the motherboard manual it should document the BIOS configuration, and maybe you should check that first for anything to do with the spdif port. It might be worth checking the kernel config just to be sure that you do. If you can see it then its not a bios problem.
The other point is that there might possibly be something in the BIOS configuration which is spdif specific. No such l4d5mg or directory If I don’t use the -D or I use default everything works as it should: Basically I do that via a second hard drive and the ability of the BIOS to direct the boot sequence through the master boot record of any of the installed hard drives.
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Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. Hi, spdif can be tricky. Here’s the out put from aplay -L Code:.
No such file or directory I had to get a more up to date driver from SiS before I could get the spdif port working. I posted a message to the alsa-users mailing list, about a week ago but I still haven’t got a response.
ECS L4S5MG/651+ – motherboard – micro ATX – Socket 478 – SiS651
Device or resource busy Here is the result of aplay -l and aplay -L: Tags alsamythtvhardwarespdif Thread Tools. Works kick azz in windoz and the audio is great 5. I am not quite sure what version of alsa you have. No such device aplay -D plug: Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux? For other reasons I’ve just switched all the hardware over to another motherboard, no audio and I am using an old Audigy with a bracket mounted coax spidf port ribbon cabled to the header pins on the card.
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BB code l4s5ng On. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. No such file or directory ALSA lib pcm. Last edited by MonsterMaxx; at Are you new to LinuxQuestions. I have tried contacting SiS without receiving a reply. For now I am just using stereo output for my needs.
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