[Asterisk-Users] console sound
mike at introspect.com
Sun Dec 7 11:04:52 MST 2003
I found a SoundBlaster 16 PCI at a different CompUSA store, and
everything is working perfect.
Grzegorz Nosek wrote:
> On Sat, 06 Dec 2003 10:10:21 -0700, Michael Welter wrote
>>I have a RH9 system with an onboard VIA sound chip.
>>According to the archives, VIA won't work for asterisk.
>>So, I disabled the VIA and I purchased a Creative Labs
>>"Soundblaster PCI 128-Voice" soundcard ($13). This card is
>>on the "approved" RedHat list. However, the documentation
>>inside the package says "VIBRA 128".
>>Anyhow, kudzu doesn't see then card. The soundcard
>>detection program says "Ensoniq, ES1371 (AudioPCI-97),
>>module es1371", which seems normal. However, there is no sound.
>>Does anyone have experience with this?
> My SB128PCI CT5880 (don't know what's the name on the box, got a raw
> card w/o anything) half-works on OSS drivers (es1371). I cannot
> record audio, playback works OK. Alsa (http://www.alsa-project.org/)
> works fine from command line and from my programs, gnophone bitches
> about "No input space". After removing the check, works great.
> Disclaimer: didn't try with chan_oss
> BTW, with ALSA, you might be even able to use the VIA?
> my 0.02PLN
> Grzegorz Nosek
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