[PD] Raspberry Pi USB2 audio fixed (apparently)
jbeezez at gmail.com
Tue Jul 2 22:04:21 CEST 2013
Damn that's rubbish!
Have you checked that pulseaudio is uninstalled?
sudo rm /etc/asound.conf
My understanding is that after the recent also fixes the asound.conf is
redundant and can cause issues.
1st couple of options that spring to mind
(also feel bad for promoting possibly duff info:(
Hope you can sort it,
On 2 July 2013 20:52, Pierre Massat <pimassat at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I did a fresh install of Raspbian using the NOOBS installer. The
> pd-extended package from puredata.info doesn't work with my soundcard (it
> wasn't working before). And Pd vanilla installed from the Raspbian
> repositories doesn't work with it either (although it was working fine
> before). My soundcard is an old EMU 0404 USB. By "doesn't work" I mean that
> it either throws an "Audio stuck/closing audio" error, or simply freezes
> everything (Pd, LXDE, mouse, everything) and all I can do is unplug the
> power chord.
> So for me not only did it not fix anything, but i'm actually worse off and
> left with the inability to use Pd at all on my Pi.
> I haven't tried Miller's compiled version of Vanilla yet (I still don't
> know how it is different from the one available in the Raspbian repos). The
> recent Planet CCRMA Satelite for the RPi is also an option.
> 2013/6/5 Julian Brooks <jbeezez at gmail.com>
>> Hey all,
>> So, umm, yeah. Is everyone on this already?
>> Just got a message saying that an 'rpi-update' should fix the usb2
>> problems for soundcards.
>> Not checked 'cos I spent bloody ages tracking down soundcards that did
>> Good to know though.
>> (anyone checked out this distro btw?)
>> Good to hear there seems to be lots of audio tweaks and exploration going
>> on on the Pi (still:)
>> Best wishes,
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