[icecast] MB soundcards and PCI soundcards
kerry.cox at ksl.com
Tue Feb 10 11:18:54 PST 2004
Yep, I checked all tose variables, and have tried installing things in
different manners. But this is something I am seeing on multiple
I can get one or the other to work just fine with normal Linux audio. I
will also look into subscribing to the linux audio list.
Fuinny that icecast is having problems only seeing the input on the PCI
Haven't had a chance to really test out alsa. Perhaps it is time :-)
I'll keep looking into this.
I will be updating my FAQ pretty soon. I need to mention the latest
icecast-2.0.0 release and also update the section on darkice.
<p>On Tue, 2004-02-10 at 02:53, Joern Nettingsmeier wrote:
> this is almost certainly a driver or device mapping issue. the
> answer depends on whether you use alsa or oss.
> if you're using oss: use alsa :)
> if you're using alsa: are both cards correctly installed? what does
> aplay -l say? what does lsmod | grep snd say?
> have you specified the correct device to use? depending on your
> installation, the onboard sound chip might be set to be the default
> btw, for all questions related to linux audio, may i invite you to
> the linux-audio-user list at
> http://linuxaudiodev.org/subscribelau.php3 ?
> many people there use multiple soundcards (i've been doing so
> without problems for years), and will be able to help you with
> distro-specific stuff (i don't run rh, so i can't help you there.)
> since this is a cross-platform list, os-specific driver issues won't
> be of much use to many readers anyway...
> btw, many thanks for your excellent howto. it helped me a great deal
> with a webcast of the linux audio developers' conference last year
> (http://linuxaudiodev.org/eventszkm2003.php3). kudos!
> Kerry Cox wrote:
> > Here's a problem that I have uncovered on two entriely separate machines
> > using the latest icecast2 and ices2 software. Even when the onboard
> > soundcard is disabled, the PCI soundcard (which has been both a Creative
> > Live! and an Ensoniq soundcard) is unable to accept input or stdin
> > audio.
> > If I enable the onboard soundcard everything works well and I can stream
> > audio using icecast and ices. But using the PCI soundcard with the
> > onboard card disabled, no input is detected.
> > I have tested this so far on only RH9 with the latest updates.
> > Has anyone else come across this, and if so, how did they fix this? Not
> > a big issue, but I would like to use the nicer soundcards rather than
> > the built-in cards.
> > Thanks.
> > KJ
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