ALSA Default Sound Card
kenny at hittsjunk.net
Sat Dec 29 05:29:00 EST 2007
Hi. Once you install Ubuntu to your hd, you can use an .asoundrc file to set the default card for your user account.
My file looks like:
Be aware OSS apps will still use card 0. If you put the above in /etc/asound.conf, it will make card 1 the default system
wide for all alsa apps. Once again, OSS apps will still use card 0 since they write to /dev/dsp and card 1 is /dev/dsp1.
Hope this helps.
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