Re: Mono sound only, PulseAudio and Fedora 9... or "where's system-config-sound?"

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On Sat, 31 May 2008 19:42:59 -0400 Ric Moore wrote:
> how about changing the order of the soundcard with the webcam ? Just
an
> edit of /etc/modprobe.conf ought to set it straight. The webcam is
mono,
> right? But since it is loaded first, then I would think that it is the
> default sound device, being pointed to by such things as OSS
> as /dev/snd. It's a thought, trouble shooting with a shotgun. Ric


Sorry for being inexperienced with Fedora configs but how I do that?
Ensuring that [email protected] driver modules are loaded first is in practice
difficult to achieve. Thanks to always so exciting Udev.

By the way /etc/modprobe.conf is an empty file. All the stuff is
in /etc/modprobe.d/modprobe.conf.dist and most of it don't make any
sense. At least to me anyway. Where's /etc/modprobe.d/alsa for example?
I know that in newer Alsa I might be able to change the order of the
cards by issuing index for them. Like shown in here:
http://alsa.opensrc.org/index.php/MultipleCards#How_to_choose_a_particular_order_for_multiple_installed_cards

Unfortunantely that method doesn't seem to work in Fedora 9 thanks to
PulseAudio and very different alike configs.

How to change order of the sound cards now because in F9
system-config-sound has been removed? This is just the thing I have been
asking since the first message with this topic.


Thanks

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Antti Aspinen <[email protected]>

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