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Old 06-24-2008, 01:09 PM
Chris Wenn
 
Default Focusrite Saffire LE - FURY AND RAGE

The saga continues.

Having purchased an Expresscard/34 with Texas Instruments ieee1394a
(Firewire 400) chipset, as recommended here:
http://www.ffado.org/?q=node/251 for my Focusrite Saffire LE, which has
been reported by many users as working perfectly with Ubuntu - and other
distros (and naturally, adding to my costs after the FAILED experiment
with a TI-based Firewire800 card) I find that the card is detected, the
Saffire LE is detected, but jackd either aborts or produces no sound at
all.

:~$ lspci -v

0e:00.0 FireWire (IEEE 1394): Texas Instruments XIO2200(A)
IEEE-1394a-2000 Controller (PHY/Link) (rev 01) (prog-if 10 [OHCI])
Flags: bus master, 66MHz, medium devsel, latency 64, IRQ 18
Memory at ecc04000 (32-bit, non-prefetchable) [size=2K]
Memory at ecc00000 (32-bit, non-prefetchable) [size=16K]
Capabilities: [44] Power Management version 2


JACK output

:~$ jackd -R -v -d freebob
getting driver descriptor from /usr/lib/jack/jack_dummy.so
getting driver descriptor from /usr/lib/jack/jack_oss.so
getting driver descriptor from /usr/lib/jack/jack_freebob.so
getting driver descriptor from /usr/lib/jack/jack_alsa.so
jackd 0.109.2
Copyright 2001-2005 Paul Davis and others.
jackd comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY
This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it
under certain conditions; see the file COPYING for details

JACK compiled with System V SHM support.
server `default' registered
registered builtin port type 32 bit float mono audio
registered builtin port type 8 bit raw midi
clock source = system clock via clock_gettime
loading driver ..
new client: freebob_pcm, id = 1 type 1 @ 0x806ff40 fd = -1
Freebob using Firewire port 0, node -1
new buffer size 1024
LibFreeBoB MSG: FreeBoB Streaming Device Init
LibFreeBoB MSG: Using FreeBoB lib version libfreebob 1.0.7
LibFreeBoB MSG: Device information:
LibFreeBoB MSG: Device options:
LibFreeBoB MSG: Port : 0
LibFreeBoB MSG: Device Node Id : -1
LibFreeBoB MSG: Samplerate : 48000
LibFreeBoB MSG: Period Size : 1024
LibFreeBoB MSG: Nb Buffers : 3
LibFreeBoB MSG: Directions : 0
showDevice: not implemented
FreeBoB MSG: Register MIDI IN port dev1c_Midi In
FreeBoB MSG: Register MIDI OUT port dev1p_Midi Out
FreeBoB MSG: Streaming thread running with Realtime scheduling, priority
14
FreeBoB MSG: Registering audio capture port C0_dev1c_Rec 1
FreeBoB MSG: Registering audio capture port C1_dev1c_Rec 2
FreeBoB MSG: Registering audio capture port C2_dev1c_Rec 3
FreeBoB MSG: Registering audio capture port C3_dev1c_Rec 4
FreeBoB MSG: Registering audio capture port C4_dev1c_Rec 5
FreeBoB MSG: Registering audio capture port C5_dev1c_Rec 6
registered port system:capture_1, offset = 4096
registered port system:capture_2, offset = 8192
registered port system:capture_3, offset = 12288
registered port system:capture_4, offset = 16384
registered port system:capture_5, offset = 20480
registered port system:capture_6, offset = 24576
FreeBoB MSG: Don't register capture port for dev1c_Midi In
FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P0_dev1p_Play 1
FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P1_dev1p_Play 2
FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P2_dev1p_Play 3
FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P3_dev1p_Play 4
FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P4_dev1p_Play 5
FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P5_dev1p_Play 6
FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P6_dev1p_Play 7
FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P7_dev1p_Play 8
FreeBoB MSG: Don't register playback port dev1p_Midi Out
registered port systemlayback_1, offset = 0
registered port systemlayback_2, offset = 0
registered port systemlayback_3, offset = 0
registered port systemlayback_4, offset = 0
registered port systemlayback_5, offset = 0
registered port systemlayback_6, offset = 0
registered port systemlayback_7, offset = 0
registered port systemlayback_8, offset = 0
++ jack_rechain_graph():
client freebob_pcm: internal client, execution_order=0.
-- jack_rechain_graph()
FreeBoB MSG: MIDI threads running with Realtime scheduling, priority 13
FreeBoB MSG: MIDI queue thread started
libiec61883 warning: Established connection on channel 0.
You may need to manually set the channel on the receiving node.
libiec61883 warning: Established connection on channel 1.
You may need to manually set the channel on the transmitting node.
20268 waiting for signals
Aborted

I cannot begin to describe how vexing this problem is. I have spent a
fantastic amount - for someone on a student's budget - on hardware that
is supposed to be working. And before you ask, the cables are fine. I
have tested the Saffire LE on Windows and OS X, with a variety of
cables, and IT WORKS. I've tried THREE different Firewire devices. I'm
now down nearly $800 Australian dollars on this project, and I need some
answers, some help or something.

Seriously. Do I need to offer a prize?



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Old 06-24-2008, 01:33 PM
 
Default Focusrite Saffire LE - FURY AND RAGE

On Tue, 24 Jun 2008 23:09:43 +1000
Chris Wenn <christopher.wenn@gmail.com> wrote:

> The saga continues.
>
> Having purchased an Expresscard/34 with Texas Instruments ieee1394a
> (Firewire 400) chipset, as recommended here:
> http://www.ffado.org/?q=node/251 for my Focusrite Saffire LE, which
> has been reported by many users as working perfectly with Ubuntu -
> and other distros (and naturally, adding to my costs after the FAILED
> experiment with a TI-based Firewire800 card) I find that the card is
> detected, the Saffire LE is detected, but jackd either aborts or
> produces no sound at all.
>
> :~$ lspci -v
>
> 0e:00.0 FireWire (IEEE 1394): Texas Instruments XIO2200(A)
> IEEE-1394a-2000 Controller (PHY/Link) (rev 01) (prog-if 10 [OHCI])
> Flags: bus master, 66MHz, medium devsel, latency 64, IRQ 18
> Memory at ecc04000 (32-bit, non-prefetchable) [size=2K]
> Memory at ecc00000 (32-bit, non-prefetchable) [size=16K]
> Capabilities: [44] Power Management version 2
>
>
> JACK output
>
> :~$ jackd -R -v -d freebob
> getting driver descriptor from /usr/lib/jack/jack_dummy.so
> getting driver descriptor from /usr/lib/jack/jack_oss.so
> getting driver descriptor from /usr/lib/jack/jack_freebob.so
> getting driver descriptor from /usr/lib/jack/jack_alsa.so
> jackd 0.109.2
> Copyright 2001-2005 Paul Davis and others.
> jackd comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY
> This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it
> under certain conditions; see the file COPYING for details
>
> JACK compiled with System V SHM support.
> server `default' registered
> registered builtin port type 32 bit float mono audio
> registered builtin port type 8 bit raw midi
> clock source = system clock via clock_gettime
> loading driver ..
> new client: freebob_pcm, id = 1 type 1 @ 0x806ff40 fd = -1
> Freebob using Firewire port 0, node -1
> new buffer size 1024
> LibFreeBoB MSG: FreeBoB Streaming Device Init
> LibFreeBoB MSG: Using FreeBoB lib version libfreebob 1.0.7
> LibFreeBoB MSG: Device information:
> LibFreeBoB MSG: Device options:
> LibFreeBoB MSG: Port : 0
> LibFreeBoB MSG: Device Node Id : -1
> LibFreeBoB MSG: Samplerate : 48000
> LibFreeBoB MSG: Period Size : 1024
> LibFreeBoB MSG: Nb Buffers : 3
> LibFreeBoB MSG: Directions : 0
> showDevice: not implemented
> FreeBoB MSG: Register MIDI IN port dev1c_Midi In
> FreeBoB MSG: Register MIDI OUT port dev1p_Midi Out
> FreeBoB MSG: Streaming thread running with Realtime scheduling,
> priority 14
> FreeBoB MSG: Registering audio capture port C0_dev1c_Rec 1
> FreeBoB MSG: Registering audio capture port C1_dev1c_Rec 2
> FreeBoB MSG: Registering audio capture port C2_dev1c_Rec 3
> FreeBoB MSG: Registering audio capture port C3_dev1c_Rec 4
> FreeBoB MSG: Registering audio capture port C4_dev1c_Rec 5
> FreeBoB MSG: Registering audio capture port C5_dev1c_Rec 6
> registered port system:capture_1, offset = 4096
> registered port system:capture_2, offset = 8192
> registered port system:capture_3, offset = 12288
> registered port system:capture_4, offset = 16384
> registered port system:capture_5, offset = 20480
> registered port system:capture_6, offset = 24576
> FreeBoB MSG: Don't register capture port for dev1c_Midi In
> FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P0_dev1p_Play 1
> FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P1_dev1p_Play 2
> FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P2_dev1p_Play 3
> FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P3_dev1p_Play 4
> FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P4_dev1p_Play 5
> FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P5_dev1p_Play 6
> FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P6_dev1p_Play 7
> FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P7_dev1p_Play 8
> FreeBoB MSG: Don't register playback port dev1p_Midi Out
> registered port systemlayback_1, offset = 0
> registered port systemlayback_2, offset = 0
> registered port systemlayback_3, offset = 0
> registered port systemlayback_4, offset = 0
> registered port systemlayback_5, offset = 0
> registered port systemlayback_6, offset = 0
> registered port systemlayback_7, offset = 0
> registered port systemlayback_8, offset = 0
> ++ jack_rechain_graph():
> client freebob_pcm: internal client, execution_order=0.
> -- jack_rechain_graph()
> FreeBoB MSG: MIDI threads running with Realtime scheduling, priority
> 13 FreeBoB MSG: MIDI queue thread started
> libiec61883 warning: Established connection on channel 0.
> You may need to manually set the channel on the receiving node.
> libiec61883 warning: Established connection on channel 1.
> You may need to manually set the channel on the transmitting node.
> 20268 waiting for signals
> Aborted
>
> I cannot begin to describe how vexing this problem is. I have spent a
> fantastic amount - for someone on a student's budget - on hardware
> that is supposed to be working. And before you ask, the cables are
> fine. I have tested the Saffire LE on Windows and OS X, with a
> variety of cables, and IT WORKS. I've tried THREE different Firewire
> devices. I'm now down nearly $800 Australian dollars on this project,
> and I need some answers, some help or something.
>
> Seriously. Do I need to offer a prize?


Chris, your best bet is to ask on the LAU or LAD mailing list. There
are more people reading, among them the guy who writes the drivers,
Pieter Palmers.

Good luck
Philipp

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Old 06-26-2008, 11:24 PM
Hartmut Noack
 
Default Focusrite Saffire LE - FURY AND RAGE

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Chris Wenn schrieb:
> The saga continues.
>

> libiec61883 warning: Established connection on channel 1.
> You may need to manually set the channel on the transmitting node.
> 20268 waiting for signals
> Aborted
>
> I cannot begin to describe how vexing this problem is. I have spent a
> fantastic amount - for someone on a student's budget - on hardware that
> is supposed to be working. And before you ask, the cables are fine. I
> have tested the Saffire LE on Windows and OS X, with a variety of
> cables, and IT WORKS. I've tried THREE different Firewire devices. I'm
> now down nearly $800 Australian dollars on this project, and I need some
> answers, some help or something.
>
> Seriously. Do I need to offer a prize?
>

nope - try, if it works with 64Studio

Your card is detected an switched ON it only crashes immediately. I have
simlar trouble with my firebox, that works just fine with 64studio and
jad....
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Old 06-27-2008, 12:31 AM
"Chris Wenn"
 
Default Focusrite Saffire LE - FURY AND RAGE

nope - try, if it works with 64Studio



Your card is detected an switched ON it only crashes immediately. I have

simlar trouble with my firebox, that works just fine with 64studio and

jad....

Will do - Pieter on the L-A-U list mentioned it might be a kernel issue.

And thanks to Philipp for suggesting that route....

Chris


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