CREATIVE LABS SB X-FI XTREME AUDIO CA0110-IBG DRIVER
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Same problem here with Ubuntu Desktop You need to log in to change this bug’s status. After a few seconds, your speech will be played back to you. None of my other sound applications work at all, and it is very difficult to get NatSpeak to run, as outlined above. The purpose of this bug report is to try and gain working sound using the card.
Marek maaack wrote on I installed also “alsa 1. If this works in This is a trial application, it will expire after a certain period. Add your user account to the audio group via adduser. I audoo Ubuntu Studio Lucid with all updates as of 4 Dec.
Creative Worldwide Support > Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Audio
Here is the alsa-info of my amd64 pc: For a complete listing of downloads, you can manually search our database. Not that I am aware of.
Double-click the downloaded file. No response from them. Peter van Toorn p-van-toorn wrote on Reading through the messages on the alsa-devel site it appears that this is an outstanding bug in ALSA code and the regression occurred at time ALSA introduced the multi-codec check: Follow the instructions on the screen.
No sound with Creative Labs [SB X-Fi Xtreme Audio] CAIBG
To install this pack Download the file onto your local hard disk. Spinalcracker spinal wrote on This suite of driver and application has been updated and combined for your convenience.
For a complete listing of downloads, you can manually search our database. Changed in alsa-driver Ubuntu: This bug affects me too.
One other suggestion was to physically re-seat the card, which I haven’t tried, but I wouldn’t expect it to make any difference since dmesg and lsmod both show that Ubuntu can see the card – it just doesn’t make any noise! The only application I get sound in is Dragon NaturallySpeaking run without pulseaudio and with alsa enabled.
If I switch back preferences to my onboard card everything work fine. Double-click the downloaded file. Select the “Input” tab and choose any alternate non-default device s.
Sound Blaster X-Fi
Status in “alsa-driver” package in Ubuntu: I have a similar bug filed somewhere. Once you’ve tested the upstream kernel, please remove the ‘needs- upstream- testing’ tag.
You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Improves 3D audio processing for host-based Sound Blaster audio devices. Select the “Output” tab and choose any alternate non-default device s.