I have not been able to find any thing remotely related to a linux driver on creative site. It’s also good in the long run to have around for a second sound device or a line for a mic. However, when proprietary software is in the mix it makes it much harder. None Link to a FAQ. Could not open audio device for playback.
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Sound Blaster X-Fi
Ubuntu alsa-driver Edit question Assignee: Just hang on and keep pressing those manufacturers for open source drivers i. Wells wellsp said on Please re-post this as a new question. Have you gone to SB’s site and downloaded this driver yet?
So many assumptions are being made here. And the United Kingdom has the right idea as well pressing for more open source and Linux everywhere.
I’ve managed to install it using the official Sound Blaster drivers found on Sound Blaster’s ca0110-ibbg follow the instructions that come with the driver.
The creative site said: Just a little insight from how I handled my wait. Actually, I think I’ll listen to your wise advice: I think ATI are one of the better hardware- manufacturers. I also recommend you install a utility to select your default sound card.
X-Fi – Debian Wiki
Try to do that and see if it works. Linux is really a good OS, it’s just missing a little more involvement of hardware providers I think this is the old sound card I had in there, an older sound blaster live!
Any help would be great. I’m installing the asound-gtk package now. Ooops, sorry Craig – i dunno why i keep calling you Chris! Go to Synaptic, or the command-line, and get the package: I’ve looked up to OSS driver, but my card isn’t supported such as Alsa.
Bug # “[MS, Creative CAIBG] No sound at all” : Bugs : alsa-driver package : Ubuntu
Hello, Thanks for the quick answer. I really think we need to keep pestering those hardware manufacturers that wont invest in OpenSource driver development. None Link to a FAQ. I have not been able to find any thing remotely related to a linux driver on creative site. It’s also good in the long run to have around ca01110-ibg a second sound device or a line for a mic. No assignee Edit question Solved by: Is anyone managed to install this card? I love sound. Good luck and regards from Tom: The “Mixer” on the bottom is key.
Wow, i wish more of us were able to do this sort of thing. I mean it’s very nice of them to let our developers to work for them for free, it’s a lot more than other companies allow!
One less gap in the areas ca0110-ibb knowledge in here: Related bugs Bug Craig here is some update info, the device listed in the sound preferences is CA