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4.2 rc2 Alsa Being silly(Or Me Being Silly)
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slippycurb

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PostPosted: Thu 12 Mar 2009, 11:00    Post subject:  4.2 rc2 Alsa Being silly(Or Me Being Silly)
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Hello Girls And Boys!!!!
Ive been having a problem with this usb logitech headphone thingy!
I recently installed puppy 4.12 and the alsa worked great, tho it wouldnt save the settings for next boot(bug 1), but because i like to tinker i found puppy 4.2 rc2 and had a go. I was doing exactly what i did in 4.12........alsa conf......then selecting usbaudio driver.........but no test sample is heard even tho alsaconf says it is configured. i stuck a normal headphone in to the headphone socket of the pc(which is an intel onboard i think) and low and behold there is sound there, but, ......the sound is distorted, sort of very low bandwith effects.
Does anyone have some sort of solution to this? apart from sticking to stable releases......he he.
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