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Re: Pimary Sound Card



Aly Dharshi a écrit :
I think that you should check to see if you can disable it in your bios (the onboard one) or see the contents of /etc/modprobe.conf and maybe there is a module being loaded for your sound card (on board) and you can disable it there. I would look at the bios first.

If you don't want to disable the first card (my case because it is my webcam : usb_audio)

For the programs which use alsa with the "default" card, you can change it in the ~/asound.rc (or /etc/alsa.conf), example :

        pcm.!default {
        type hw
        card 1
        }

        ctl.!default {
        type hw
        card 1
        }

You can also try to modify /usr/share/alsa/alsa.conf, but I think it's more dangerous...

I've make the following change :
  	defaults.ctl.card 0
	defaults.pcm.card 0
to
	defaults.ctl.card 1
	defaults.pcm.card 1

And all hw:0,0 to hw:1,0

It's work quite well...
I only kept a error in some soft (mplayer) about /dev/mixer ?

If someone have more explanation...

Cordialy

Aly.

Piko Neal wrote:

Ladies and Gentlemen:

1. I have two sound cards: a built-in one and a PCI one.

2.  I am using wine and it uses the built-in sound card, but I want it
to use PCI one.  Also, I would like to know how to make it so that the
PCI card remains the primary, or to uninstall the built-in sound card.

3. Thank you for your time.




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