Re: [linuxham] fldigi - I got them sound card blues
- On Sat, 2006-12-23 at 16:59 +0000, k1gpl wrote:
> I am running Ubuntu Edgy. I have downloaded and installed from sourceI run UBUNTU Dapper on a laptop using a SiS SI7012 sound chip, and have
> the latest fltk and fldigi, and Hamlib 1.2.5 from an Ubuntu repo.
> Using fldigi, I find that it interfaces with my Kenwood TS-450S, but
> not until I hit some magic combination of buttons on the rig. Once it
> starts talking (/dev/ttyUSB0), it seems to communicate OK, just slow
> to react.
> My problem is the sound. I'm using the onboard sound on an MSI K8 Neo
> mainboard. I've been told that fldigi uses OSS, so I've added both
> the alsa wrapper and the compatibility packages so that apps looking
> for OSS get served, but fldigi doesn't appear to hear a thing. The
> sound is blasting out of my PC speakers, so I know at least that it is
> getting to the box. I have it configured as /dev/dsp in fldigi.
> I commented out the call to getVersion in sound.cxx, thinking that the
> wrapper stuff might not pass the right version back to fldigi anyway,
> but that didn't make any difference.
> Any tips? Dave? Ubuntu Edgy users running fldigi?
the following config:
Fldigi uses /dev/dsp
Use the ALSA mixer (double click on the volume control on the task bar
to fire it up).
Playback: unmute Master(16%) and PCM (80%)
Capture: unmute Capture (~50%).
Adjust the sound controls in Fldigi to your liking (-10dB, 40dB).
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