Could not open audio device for playback. Your public profile is so mysterious. Thanks Craig, Actually, I think I’ll listen to your wise advice: Craig, I almost have the same card as you, except it’s the extreme audio. I love sound ;-. Just a little insight from how I handled my wait. I’m not sure when Chris is likely to be around next, it could be quite some time.
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I just try to have a rant at one manufacturer about once a week but more like once a month, usually i try a different one each time and i include Games Industry people too – basically just like that first paragraph but a bit watered down as that was written for fellow-sufferers Good luck and regards from Tom: One less gap in the areas of knowledge in here: Craig here is some update info, the device listed in the sound preferences is CA Craig, I almost have the same card as you, except it’s the extreme audio.
No assignee Edit question Solved by: Go to Synaptic, or the command-line, and get the package: Could not open audio device for playback. The “Mixer” on the bottom is key. The creative site said: Have you gone to SB’s site and downloaded this driver yet?
SB X-Fi Xtreme Audio CA0110-IBG linux drivers
Any help would be great. English Edit question Status: I just try to have a rant at one manufacturer about once a week but more like once a month, usually i try a different one each time and i include Games Industry people too – basically just like that first paragraph but a bit watered down as that was written for fellow-sufferers. I wanted to paste these links to you to see if any of these help: Cash, hardware but most importantly information to develop just 1 OpenSource driver would soon cover all the linux distros and Mac too.
Now my sub and front speakers are working, but my rears are not. Tom tom6 said on Ooops, sorry Craig – i dunno why i keep calling you Chris! Unfortunately this precise model: This does require a reboot after selecting.
And the United Kingdom has the right idea as well pressing for more open source and Linux everywhere. Try to do that and ca0110-ivg if it works.
Thanks Craig, Actually, I think I’ll listen to your wise advice: I really think we need to keep pestering those hardware manufacturers that wont invest in OpenSource driver development. We are volunteers answering questions in here and have to fit this in around our other commitments. Wow, i wish more of us were able to do this sort of thing. We’re here to help.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_SND_HDA_CODEC_CA Build Creative CAIBG codec support
Creative labs X-Fi sound card unsupported. How about explanations which go into precise detail? I hope the USB card works out.
I’ve managed to ca0110-ibgg it using the official Sound Blaster drivers found on Sound Blaster’s site follow the instructions that come with the driver. Actually, I think I’ll listen to your wise advice: The only thing i can immediately suggest is https: I’m not sure what my speciality is apart from annoying people lol.
There is usually someone at the front desk which is the most likely place to get answers from https: Anyways, when I go to sound preferences the only time i can actually here any of the test sounds is when using auto detect, if I select ALSA, I get an error: And just think of it as a temporary solution.