Juli,0 for both in and out on jack? Wed, 03 Apr Mine would not work with the application CD. Most common answer was: That actually makes sense. BB code is On.
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And when I restart the flow of music it jumps back to 48 kHz. This disables those features and allows bit perfect digital output.
Linux distro with support for ESI Audio Julia
I planned on using it with mpd. Will loading it manually resolve the problem?
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In JACK, 2 entries of the card shows up.
linux-audio-user – S/PDIF in with ESI [email protected] and JACK
For the Xonar STX the output reads: QAS should let you see inputs as well as outputs at the same time. Gentoo is Linux, too.
That is my guess too, though it is not a limitation of the HW. AFAIK, any distro that at least features a 2.
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Mar 9, at 6: Not loaded for some reason? They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. Support your Favorite Distro, Support Linux.
S/PDIF in with ESI [email protected] and JACK
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I would assume that moving any of the red controls also moves the blue ones next to them. MPD is a very popular music player daemon for Linux.
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