[PD] RPI usb soundcards that require mmap_emul
jbeezez at gmail.com
Thu Oct 10 08:15:45 CEST 2013
Good to know, thanks Antoine.
What was it that you rolled back?
BTW - can't be the UDJ card as that has no input but I think you have a
different ESI card too.
On 9 October 2013 21:02, Antoine Villeret <antoine.villeret at gmail.com>wrote:
> I couldn't try this and I don't know anything about mmap_emul but
> I recently updated a Pi (in the middle september) and got crakle with an
> ESI UDJ 6 (2in/2out) which was working great before
> then I downgrade to the version of april 26 2013, and it works again
> do it yourself
> 2013/10/9 Julian Brooks <jbeezez at gmail.com>
>> Hi all,
>> I'm building a fresh rpi image and after installing hexxah's rpi-update
>> and running it to update the firmware I got this message (not seen before):
>> "mmap_emul is set in /etc/asound.conf, disabling it as it is no longer
>> If you are (for instance) using an external USB soundcard that needs
>> mmap_emul,add the string LEAVE_ME_ALONE to your /etc/asound.conf as a
>> If you don't know what an /etc/asound.conf is, don't worry about this
>> So I guess my question is:
>> How do you know if your usb soundcard requires mmap_emul?
>> Also a heads up as I know a couple of people mentioned having sound
>> problems recently and perhaps this may help.
>> This is most recent raspbian image btw.
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