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Old 05-14-2008, 06:17 PM
Steve Meiers
 
Default M-Audio Fireport Info Request

I hope this is the right place to ask.

I'm using Ubuntu-Studio 7.10 and would like to incorporate my M-Audio Fireport* audio interface. It's basically a firewire interface with 4xADAT in/out, MIDI I/O, SP/DIF I/O and a stereo analog out pair via 1/4 inch jacks. It works great under XP, but I really want to use it in Ubuntu Studio instead. I keep reading that firewire audio interfaces are next to impossible to use with Linux but maybe I'm not looking in the right places. Can anyone here point me to information on getting this M-Audio Fireport interface working with Ubuntu Studio?

Thanks!
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Old 05-14-2008, 10:55 PM
Andrew Hunter
 
Default M-Audio Fireport Info Request

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Steve Meiers wrote:
| I hope this is the right place to ask.
|
| I'm using Ubuntu-Studio 7.10 and would like to incorporate my M-Audio
| Fireport audio interface. It's basically a firewire interface with
| 4xADAT in/out, MIDI I/O, SP/DIF I/O and a stereo analog out pair via 1/4
| inch jacks. It works great under XP, but I really want to use it in
| Ubuntu Studio instead. I keep reading that firewire audio interfaces are
| next to impossible to use with Linux but maybe I'm not looking in the
| right places. Can anyone here point me to information on getting this
| M-Audio Fireport interface working with Ubuntu Studio?

There is no reference on M-Audio's site to any product called
"Fireport". Are you certain that is the product name/model number?

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Old 05-15-2008, 12:07 AM
Matthew Polashek
 
Default M-Audio Fireport Info Request

I'm nearly certain we're referring to the firepod here. I believe this
is not currently supported by the ffado project.

Andrew Hunter wrote:
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> Steve Meiers wrote:
> | I hope this is the right place to ask.
> |
> | I'm using Ubuntu-Studio 7.10 and would like to incorporate my M-Audio
> | Fireport audio interface. It's basically a firewire interface with
> | 4xADAT in/out, MIDI I/O, SP/DIF I/O and a stereo analog out pair via 1/4
> | inch jacks. It works great under XP, but I really want to use it in
> | Ubuntu Studio instead. I keep reading that firewire audio interfaces are
> | next to impossible to use with Linux but maybe I'm not looking in the
> | right places. Can anyone here point me to information on getting this
> | M-Audio Fireport interface working with Ubuntu Studio?
>
> There is no reference on M-Audio's site to any product called
> "Fireport". Are you certain that is the product name/model number?
>
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Old 05-15-2008, 12:44 AM
Matthew Polashek
 
Default M-Audio Fireport Info Request

I'm losing it. It's the ProFire.

Matthew Polashek wrote:
> I'm nearly certain we're referring to the firepod here. I believe this
> is not currently supported by the ffado project.
>
> Andrew Hunter wrote:
>
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>> Steve Meiers wrote:
>> | I hope this is the right place to ask.
>> |
>> | I'm using Ubuntu-Studio 7.10 and would like to incorporate my M-Audio
>> | Fireport audio interface. It's basically a firewire interface with
>> | 4xADAT in/out, MIDI I/O, SP/DIF I/O and a stereo analog out pair via 1/4
>> | inch jacks. It works great under XP, but I really want to use it in
>> | Ubuntu Studio instead. I keep reading that firewire audio interfaces are
>> | next to impossible to use with Linux but maybe I'm not looking in the
>> | right places. Can anyone here point me to information on getting this
>> | M-Audio Fireport interface working with Ubuntu Studio?
>>
>> There is no reference on M-Audio's site to any product called
>> "Fireport". Are you certain that is the product name/model number?
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Old 05-15-2008, 11:52 AM
Andrew Hunter
 
Default M-Audio Fireport Info Request

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Matthew Polashek wrote:
| I'm losing it. It's the ProFire.

If it is indeed the ProFire, then that audio interface is not supported
by FFADO (yet). If the OP has a lot of spare cash and wants it to work,
he consider donating the hardware to the project.

|
| Matthew Polashek wrote:
|> I'm nearly certain we're referring to the firepod here. I believe this
|> is not currently supported by the ffado project.
|>
|> Andrew Hunter wrote:
|>
| Steve Meiers wrote:
| | I hope this is the right place to ask.
| |
| | I'm using Ubuntu-Studio 7.10 and would like to incorporate my M-Audio
| | Fireport audio interface. It's basically a firewire interface with
| | 4xADAT in/out, MIDI I/O, SP/DIF I/O and a stereo analog out pair via 1/4
| | inch jacks. It works great under XP, but I really want to use it in
| | Ubuntu Studio instead. I keep reading that firewire audio interfaces are
| | next to impossible to use with Linux but maybe I'm not looking in the
| | right places. Can anyone here point me to information on getting this
| | M-Audio Fireport interface working with Ubuntu Studio?
|
| There is no reference on M-Audio's site to any product called
| "Fireport". Are you certain that is the product name/model number?
|
|>>

|>


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Old 06-05-2008, 12:11 AM
"David Nadasi"
 
Default M-Audio Fireport Info Request

Matthew Polashek wrote:
>* If the OP has a lot of spare cash and wants it to work,

>* he consider donating the hardware to the project.


I'm in touch with a marketing guy of M-Audio.
I've talk to him about the FFADO project.
I know that the they have already given several PCI soundcards to the ALSA team. That's why the DELTA series are well know under linux.


We can all write an e-mail to them saying "I want a ProFire working under Linux!"


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* 1. Re: M-Audio Fireport Info Request (Andrew Hunter)

* 2. RE: M-Audio Fireport Info Request - Also, Free Samples

* * *(Karlheinz Noise)

* 3. Focusrite Saffire LE (Chris Wenn)

* 4. Re: Focusrite Saffire LE (Asmo Koskinen)

* 5. Re: Focusrite Saffire LE (Chris Wenn)

* 6. Re: Focusrite Saffire LE (altern)



---------- Message transféré ----------
From:*Andrew Hunter <andrew@aehunter.net>
To:*Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion <ubuntu-studio-users@lists.ubuntu.com>

Date:*Thu, 15 May 2008 12:52:13 +0100
Subject:*Re: M-Audio Fireport Info Request
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Matthew Polashek wrote:

| I'm losing it. *It's the ProFire.



If it is indeed the ProFire, then that audio interface is not supported

by FFADO (yet). If the OP has a lot of spare cash and wants it to work,

he consider donating the hardware to the project.



|

| Matthew Polashek wrote:

|> I'm nearly certain we're referring to the firepod here. *I believe this

|> is not currently supported by the ffado project.

|>

|> Andrew Hunter wrote:

|>

| Steve Meiers wrote:

| | I hope this is the right place to ask.

| |

| | I'm using Ubuntu-Studio 7.10 and would like to incorporate my M-Audio

| | Fireport *audio interface. It's basically a firewire interface with

| | 4xADAT in/out, MIDI I/O, SP/DIF I/O and a stereo analog out pair via 1/4

| | inch jacks. It works great under XP, but I really want to use it in

| | Ubuntu Studio instead. I keep reading that firewire audio interfaces are

| | next to impossible to use with Linux but maybe I'm not looking in the

| | right places. Can anyone here point me to information on getting this

| | M-Audio Fireport interface working with Ubuntu Studio?

|

| There is no reference on M-Audio's site to any product called

| "Fireport". Are you certain that is the product name/model number?

|

|>>



|>





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From:*Karlheinz Noise <khzmusik@hotmail.com>
To:*<ubuntu-studio-users@lists.ubuntu.com>

Date:*Thu, 15 May 2008 16:12:12 -0400
Subject:*RE: M-Audio Fireport Info Request - Also, Free Samples


> I'm losing it. It's the ProFire.



There are two ProFire devices listed at FFADO. One is the ProFire Lightbridge, which is listed as "unknown":

http://www.ffado.org/?q=node/27



The other is the ProFire 2626, which is "not supported":

http://www.ffado.org/?q=node/507



Also:



> Along those lines, Berklee school of music has released

> 8.5 gigs of sampled instruments under a CC-BY license:

> http://ccmixter.org/olpc-berklee-sample-pool



Just a general FYI - the guy who's behind this is also the guy who developed CSound.



-Karlheinz

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From:*Chris Wenn <christopher.wenn@gmail.com>
To:*ubuntu-studio-users@lists.ubuntu.com

Date:*Fri, 16 May 2008 09:01:29 +1000
Subject:*Focusrite Saffire LE
Does anyone have this device working on Ubuntu Studio 8.04?



Mine is recognized, and I can start jackd using it, but I get no sound

from the device and repeated error messages saying



"cannot complete execution of the processing graph (Resource temporarily

unavailable)"



followed by the message "jackd has crashed"



I have enabled raw1394 access and I am able to retrieve information from

the device using gscanbus



My system is a Dell XPS M1210 laptop. lspci reports the firewire

controller as "FireWire (IEEE 1394): Ricoh Co Ltd R5C832 IEEE 1394

Controller"











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From:*Asmo Koskinen <asmo.koskinen@arkki.info>
To:*Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion <ubuntu-studio-users@lists.ubuntu.com>

Date:*Fri, 16 May 2008 07:56:55 +0300
Subject:*Re: Focusrite Saffire LE
Chris Wenn kirjoitti:


Does anyone have this device working on Ubuntu Studio 8.04?

*




Here is something, Pau Arumi's blog:



"I have not tested the non-pro versions (Saffire and Saffire LE), but I guess it applies also to them."



"I'm very thankful to Pieter Palmer for the quick help at #ffado irc channel."



http://parumi.wordpress.com/2007/12/20/how-to-have-focusrite-saffire-working-on-ubuntu-gutsy/




Best Regards Asmo Koskinen.







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From:*Chris Wenn <christopher.wenn@gmail.com>
To:*Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion <ubuntu-studio-users@lists.ubuntu.com>

Date:*Fri, 16 May 2008 18:00:31 +1000
Subject:*Re: Focusrite Saffire LE
On Fri, 2008-05-16 at 07:56 +0300, Asmo Koskinen wrote:

> Chris Wenn kirjoitti:

> > Does anyone have this device working on Ubuntu Studio 8.04?

> >

>

> Here is something, Pau Arumi's blog:

>

> "I have not tested the non-pro versions (Saffire and Saffire LE), but I

> guess it applies also to them."

>

> "I'm very thankful to Pieter Palmer for the quick help at #ffado irc

> channel."

>

> http://parumi.wordpress.com/2007/12/20/how-to-have-focusrite-saffire-working-on-ubuntu-gutsy/


>

> Best Regards Asmo Koskinen.

>



Thanks, Asmo, but I've already been through those instructions - I'm not

getting the same error, either. I know other users on Ubuntu Forums, the

Ardour forums and other places claim to have this device working, so I'm

wondering what the problem is - after all, I've paid a lot for a device

which is supposed to be supported!



I can start jack OK, but as soon as I try to do anything, it crashes...



This is the output of qjackctl's verbose messages:



17:53:42.703 Patchbay deactivated.



17:53:42.756 Statistics reset.



17:53:42.765 ALSA connection graph change.



17:53:42.963 ALSA connection change.



17:54:12.979 Startup script...



17:54:12.979 artsshell -q terminate



17:54:13.401 Startup script terminated with exit status=256.



17:54:13.401 JACK is starting...



17:54:13.402 /usr/bin/jackd -v -R -P89 -m -dfreebob -dhw:0 -r48000 -p256

-n2 -D



17:54:13.404 JACK was started with PID=12942.



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 @ 0x8070108 fd = -1



Freebob using Firewire port 0, node -1



new buffer size 256



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 : 256



LibFreeBoB MSG: Nb Buffers : 2



LibFreeBoB MSG: Directions : 0



showDevice: not implemented



17:54:14.039 ALSA connection graph change.



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

93



FreeBoB MSG: Registering audio capture port C0_dev1c_Rec 1



FreeBoB MSG: Registering audio capture port C1_dev1c_Rec 2



registered port system:capture_1, offset = 1024



registered port system:capture_2, offset = 2048



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



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 system:capture_3, offset = 3072



registered port system:capture_4, offset = 4096



registered port system:capture_5, offset = 5120



registered port system:capture_6, offset = 6144



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 92



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.



12942 waiting for signals



17:54:14.219 ALSA connection change.



17:54:15.434 Server configuration saved to "/home/chris/.jackdrc".



17:54:15.435 Statistics reset.



17:54:15.436 Client activated.



17:54:15.439 JACK connection change.



17:54:15.442 JACK connection graph change.



new client: qjackctl, id = 2 type 2 @ 0xb7ed6000 fd = 17



++ jack_rechain_graph():



client freebob_pcm: internal client, execution_order=0.



client qjackctl: start_fd=7, execution_order=0.



client qjackctl: wait_fd=16, execution_order=1 (last client).



-- jack_rechain_graph()



load = 2.1283 max usecs: 227.000, spare = 5106.000



load = 3.2393 max usecs: 232.000, spare = 5101.000



load = 3.8041 max usecs: 233.000, spare = 5100.000



load = 3.9084 max usecs: 214.000, spare = 5119.000



load = 3.9043 max usecs: 208.000, spare = 5125.000



load = 4.0804 max usecs: 227.000, spare = 5106.000



load = 4.2060 max usecs: 231.000, spare = 5102.000



load = 4.1469 max usecs: 218.000, spare = 5115.000



load = 4.0798 max usecs: 214.000, spare = 5119.000



load = 4.0088 max usecs: 210.000, spare = 5123.000



load = 4.0951 max usecs: 223.000, spare = 5110.000



new client: hydrogen-tmp, id = 3 type 2 @ 0xb7ed5000 fd = 20



removing disconnected client hydrogen-tmp state = Not triggered errors =

0



removing client "hydrogen-tmp"



removing client "hydrogen-tmp" from the processing chain



17:54:27.964 JACK connection graph change.



++ jack_rechain_graph():



client freebob_pcm: internal client, execution_order=0.



client qjackctl: start_fd=7, execution_order=0.



client qjackctl: wait_fd=16, execution_order=1 (last client).



-- jack_rechain_graph()



new client: Hydrogen-1, id = 4 type 2 @ 0xb7ed5000 fd = 20



registered port Hydrogen-1ut_L, offset = 7168



registered port Hydrogen-1ut_R, offset = 8192



++ jack_rechain_graph():



client freebob_pcm: internal client, execution_order=0.



client qjackctl: start_fd=7, execution_order=0.



client Hydrogen-1: in subgraph after qjackctl, execution_order=1.



client qjackctl: wait_fd=19, execution_order=2 (last client).



-- jack_rechain_graph()



unknown destination port in attempted connection [alsa_pcmlayback_1]



++ jack_rechain_graph():



client freebob_pcm: internal client, execution_order=0.



client qjackctl: start_fd=7, execution_order=0.



client qjackctl: wait_fd=16, execution_order=1 (last client).



-- jack_rechain_graph()



removing disconnected client Hydrogen-1 state = Not triggered errors = 0



removing client "Hydrogen-1"



removing client "Hydrogen-1" from the processing chain



++ jack_rechain_graph():



client freebob_pcm: internal client, execution_order=0.



client qjackctl: start_fd=7, execution_order=0.



client qjackctl: wait_fd=16, execution_order=1 (last client).



-- jack_rechain_graph()



17:54:28.018 ALSA connection graph change.



17:54:28.060 ALSA connection change.



load = 3.1445 max usecs: 117.000, spare = 5216.000



load = 3.5505 max usecs: 211.000, spare = 5122.000



load = 3.7160 max usecs: 207.000, spare = 5126.000



load = 3.9019 max usecs: 218.000, spare = 5115.000



load = 4.0792 max usecs: 227.000, spare = 5106.000



load = 3.9522 max usecs: 204.000, spare = 5129.000



load = 4.0106 max usecs: 217.000, spare = 5116.000



load = 4.1242 max usecs: 226.000, spare = 5107.000



load = 4.2091 max usecs: 229.000, spare = 5104.000



load = 4.2797 max usecs: 232.000, spare = 5101.000



load = 4.3337 max usecs: 234.000, spare = 5099.000



load = 4.2482 max usecs: 222.000, spare = 5111.000



load = 4.2055 max usecs: 222.000, spare = 5111.000



load = 4.0622 max usecs: 209.000, spare = 5124.000



load = 4.1688 max usecs: 228.000, spare = 5105.000



load = 4.1095 max usecs: 216.000, spare = 5117.000



17:54:48.050 ALSA connection graph change.



17:54:48.051 Shutdown notification.



17:54:48.055 JACK is stopping...



17:54:48.056 JACK is being forced...



cannot complete execution of the processing graph (Success)



zombified - calling shutdown handler



17:54:48.063 JACK has crashed.



17:54:48.096 ALSA connection change.



17:54:48.257 JACK was stopped successfully.



17:54:48.257 Post-shutdown script...



17:54:48.257 killall jackd



jackd: no process killed



17:54:48.667 Post-shutdown script terminated with exit status=256.



17:54:57.200 ALSA connection graph change.



17:54:57.303 ALSA connection change.











---------- Message transféré ----------
From:*altern <altern2@gmail.com>
To:*Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion <ubuntu-studio-users@lists.ubuntu.com>

Date:*Fri, 16 May 2008 10:25:20 +0200
Subject:*Re: Focusrite Saffire LE
Chris Wenn(e)k dio:


Does anyone have this device working on Ubuntu Studio 8.04?



Mine is recognized, and I can start jackd using it, but I get no sound

from the device and repeated error messages saying



"cannot complete execution of the processing graph (Resource temporarily

unavailable)"



followed by the message "jackd has crashed"



I have enabled raw1394 access and I am able to retrieve information from

the device using gscanbus



My system is a Dell XPS M1210 laptop. lspci reports the firewire

controller as "FireWire (IEEE 1394): Ricoh Co Ltd R5C832 IEEE 1394

Controller"




some Ricoh chips cause problems, my laptop is a IBM has a Ricoh chip and Freebob is very unstable. Sorry i cannot give more detailed info maybe someone can?



enrike






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