I thought I'd forward my post on fedora-forums to you guys. Can anyone help
Has anyone out there gotten midi to work on their Audigy 2 ZS live drive
port in Fedora 9? Specifically with an external controller/keyboard?
Thanks a bunch,
I'm trying to find out how to change the default order of the sound
cards in Fedora 9 (_not_ account by account or using pulseaudio, just a
global change so that soundcard modules are always loaded in the order I
define). Googling was of no use (no threads where someone answers the
original question in a meaningful way).
Would someone please enlighten me??
This is what the release notes have to say:
"The system-config-soundcard utility has been removed, due to numerous
legacy design and implementation issues. Modern technologies, including
udev and the HAL, have made certain sound cards work out of the box. Any
sound card not working out of the box should be reported as a bug.
Preferences can still be fine-tuned within the desktop environment,
using, among others, the PulseAudio tools."
Which does not seem to include what I need.
I find some "magic" in /etc/modprobe.d/modprobe.conf.dist. Who writes it
there? What do I need to do to change the order?
Lately I keep bumping into "downgrades" of functionality like this one.
It is becoming more and more difficult to just configure things. I'm
really getting frustrated. Lots of wasted time for doing what used to be
Would it be possible for someone to pick this up and follow through? I'm
completely off the loop of the new compiling process in Fedora and I
just came back from teaching in Berlin for 5 months, my schedule is
completely completely full....
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Subject: [Bug 440736] FTBFS qsynth-0.2.5-7.fc9
Date: Fri, 5 Sep 2008 12:26:22 -0400
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--- Comment #7 from FTBFS <ftbfs(a)fedoraproject.org> 2008-09-05 12:26:22 EDT ---
This package has Failed to Build From Source for many months. Per
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FTBFS, this package is now proposed for
removal from the distribution. Please address this FTBFS bug
immediately, or this package will be removed from the distribution
within the next few weeks.
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