On Fri, 2011-05-20 at 07:10 -0500, Scott Lavender wrote:
> Starting a new thread rather than trample another.
> On , Ralf Mardorf <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Fri, 2011-05-20 at 11:45 +0200, Robert Klaar wrote:
> Alsa mixer might cause issues for Envy24 cards! You should use
> Control only. Unfortunately Ubuntu didn't switch to version 1
> I guess nearly no distro did switch!
> The Linux community (NOT the Linux audio community) tramples
> all over
> Envy24 users, the most common audio cards! There seems to be
> no chance
> to change their minds. I'll buy another card, but I don't know
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> By this weekend I hope to have submitted a Request For Packaging (RFP)
> to the Debian Multimedia Team so that Mudita will be packaged in
> Debian and then imported into Ubuntu in time for Oneiric.
> Once in the Ubuntu repositories, my intent is to include it for Ubuntu
> Studio Oneiric.
> Warm Regards,
Thank you Scott
IMO this is important, Envy24 cards still seems to be the most wide
spread group of full duplex capable, low latency, cheap sound cards.
I did compile Mudita myself and hopefully I get rid of my Envy24 cards
for audio soon, 'cause OTOH (all) Envy24 sound cards seem to use less
good analog IOs. Anyway, as long as there are Envy24 cards for less than
30,- EUR at Ebay those cards are very important, to replace all those
onboard high definition surround 3.5mm jack specimens.
Yes, it should be included to a package.
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