ALSA Default Sound Card
greg at romuald.net.eu.org
Fri Dec 28 23:47:51 EST 2007
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Once you install to the hd, I'm thinking the best way to make sblive
the default, would be to load it in /etc/modules, which if I'm
correct, runs before udev does its probing, and then just let udev
detect, and load up your on-board card. This way, you should have the
sblive as card0, and your on-board card as card1.
On Fri, Dec 28, 2007 at 09:05:40PM -0700, Steve Holmes wrote:
> Is there any way to tell the ALSA system to "swap cards" or at least
> specify the default card for everything to use? Now that I have both
> my sound cards working, I find that I don't like the on-board all that
> much but am willing to leave it available but I wanna use the SB Live
> card as the default. Right now, everything defaults to the on-board
> card as card #0 and the SB Live is card #1. I guess the easiest
> concept would be to make SB Live to come up as card#0 some how. Or
> next best, have everything that runs sound including speech use card
> #1 under present configuration.
> Does this all make sense?
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