oss instead of alsa. would this be simpler?
kg.kristoffer at gmail.com
Sun Jul 3 20:28:25 UTC 2016
I tested to get the names of my card, and editing the asound file, but
only got errors, so I had to remove it.
my headset was simply named Headset.
2016-07-03 20:49 GMT+02:00, Joel Roth <joelz at pobox.com>:
> Hi Kristoffer,
> OSS is still around. I'm not sure you exhausted all the
> possibilities to get your USB headset to work under ALSA.
> Did you write them up?
> cat /proc/asound/cards will give you some helpful
> alsamixer with the -c option for your USB card may help.
> There are a headphone level and mute controls. It is
> curses-based so I don't know how accessible that is for
> amixer is terminal based, and has all the same controls,
> although there are so many parameters that it can be confusing.
> Can't give any ideas about alsaconf, as it's not on my
> Kristoffer Gustafsson wrote:
>> I've tried a very long time to get alsa use my usb headset.
>> Do you Think that I can do this if i remove alsa and install open sound
>> This is hard. it was easier Before. just use alsaconf, and then I
>> could use what I wanted. I got two cards. intel and creative at that
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