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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 27.10.2006, 21:15 Uhr



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Thanks for all the help so far hubi - You're only human I know and knowledge can only go to a certain extent for people. You've brought me this far, even if it didn't solve my problems. This "frequency" thing seems to enter the physics boundaries and whatnot, and seems REALLY complicated...I've asked around on different Linux forums, but all they did was flame me for being a noob. I haven't even said anything wrong, just repeated nicely basically everything I noted here in this thread. At least you were kind of enough to try and help at least. I guess from here on out I'll have to find someone that specializes in this new "frequency" thing...ahhh, Linux really is a technological journey. Good adventure and experience ^^
 
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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 27.10.2006, 21:39 Uhr



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Well, it seems to be that the alsa people just did not get the specs for your device and therefore just cannot program the driver. Unfortunatelly sometimes a sad story about the relationship between hardware vendors and Linux developers.

And it always makes me sad, when people get flamed just for asking questions. There was one SuSE thread I just read where one guy was asking about exactly your device, and he more or less got insulted for being stupid. I really do not understand these people.

My experience in Linux world is, the more technically challenging a distribution the nicer the people. I started off with Fedora about three years ago and was completely new (I even had problems to find out what to do with the file tree), and the people on the fedora mailing-list never ever flamed me, they got me through all my problems.

Same here at Kanotix, in this very small "family". Very high profiled programmers are writing here as well as endusers (experienced and newbies), but nobody ever gets flamed.

I really have no more ideas about your speakers, but I hope you still will have a look at Linux or Kanotix or continue to use it. Just forget the flamers, they usually know nothing but cannot admit it. Strange people actually.

All the best and greetings
hubi

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hubi
Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 27.10.2006, 21:59 Uhr



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Just saw your kernel-message screenshot. Not that I would understand it, but: are you using a Debian or a Kanotix kernel? No idea if it would make a difference.
Code:
uname -r

Just out of interest. Never thought of a kernel issue.

hubi

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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 30.10.2006, 21:40 Uhr



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