Thanks for answering. Jonathan Adams would you please explain a little
bit your topic, 'cause a don't really know what to do. And D. Michael
McIntyre, I agree with you and don't know how to change the file.
Besides if any of you guys tell me what code to probe then I could post
the output and find a solution.
> That is not a high priority IRQ. However, the problem is probably that you
> have not set the indices in /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base
> The pattern on this list of people complaining about device switching tends
> to come from an incorrectly configured alsa-base. You need to make the SB
> the default index 0 card on the system and then set some defaults in
> System/Preferences/Sound. If other devices contend, then you need to
> hardcode their index or make sure they never connect.
> Hope this helps though you have probably done this,
> jonathan adams leonard
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> Where's TFM for this so I can RTFM about how to hack this file? I don't see
> any syntax examples, and a quick google didn't turn up anything remotely
> encouraging looking.
> -- D. Michael McIntyre
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