I noticed the following at end of file. Email me about changes to this bug report. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Volume adjustment is extreme 2. Ken Pratt kenpratt wrote on

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It plays sound just fine but volume adjustment is calibrated incorrectly. Confirm, the same on Note that there may not be a version of this package available for your kernel version just yet, but give it a day, and it will hopefully be available. It is done automatically.

USB Soundcard Tests – George Smart – M1GEO

Luke Yelavich themuso wrote on Strangly on ubuntu Changed in pulseaudio Ubuntu: New USB device strings: The server will by default listen on port When I plugged in this device, it was detected by the kernel as shown below. First set the server to your server IP ie. But when I run alsamixer to set the volume, it fails with following error message. The ubuntu-reviewers team has been subscribed to the bug report so that they can review the patch. And finally, restart the server.


So I set it as this and it just worked fine. I noticed the following at end of file. If updating drivers doesn’t help, then we need to take steps to try and fix the driver in Linux to allow correct volume adjustment. But alsamixer is still messed up, Thank you for reporting this bug to Ubuntu. Sergiu Bivol sergiu-bivol wrote on Not sure alsa would like this patch, it does mess up alsamixer even more. Debian Squeeze does not come with alsaconf utility to detect and install the necessary modules.

One click below in the horizontal volume slider is too low to hear, and one click above would make Spinal Tap envious. I 0dd8c indeed working on a system with no default sound onboard and my USB sound dongle needed to be set as primary to function with ALSA.

Your email address will not be published. Then you need to tell MPD where to find your music, the easiest way appears to 0c8c to mount your music dir within the MPD folder to get the right permissions.


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This post describes how to wire up an analogue speaker connection mini-jack to your Cubox through an external USB sound card, and control play back of your music collection through client software on another networked device. This bug affects 8 people.

In the event that this is in fact not a patch you can resolve this situation by removing the tag ‘patch’ from the bug report and editing the attachment so that it is not flagged as a patch. See this document for currently supported Ubuntu releases: Attaching alsa-info, lsusb and patch.

Thank you very much, sir. Now proceed setting volume using alsamixer to get it confirmed that it works. Here is my alsamixer screen.