usb soundcard

Jude DaShiell jdashiel at
Wed Aug 12 22:44:47 UTC 2009

different ways of working with different flavors and versions of linux. 
Slackware has its /etc/rc.d/rc.modules file in which you locate the proper 
lines and uncomment them.  Debian has modconf to use.  Redhat had and may 
still have kudzu to use.  The modconf package has to be downloaded first 
if not already on the system.  The kudzu program ought to be already on 
the system.  Generally opening someone else's pc to install a card is not 
good form.  However if you've already done that see what happens when 
lsusb -v is run.  The usbsound driver of proper flavor needs to be enabled 
however you end up doing that.

On Mon, 17 Mar 2008, Kristoffer Gustafsson wrote:

> Hello!
> Just wondering if any of you uses an usb card in linux.
> if so, how did you get it working?
> The card in my computer doesn't work very well, and the computer isn't really mine either so I can't just plug another card in.
> So I decided to use my creative sound blaster usb card.
> How do I get it working?
> /Kristoffer

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