Alan Stern (stern) wrote on 2013-06-28: #34 The two traces are very similar. Copy sent to Debian ALSA Maintainers . (Thu, 04 Apr 2013 21:03:16 GMT) Full text and rfc822 format available. I did some extensive tests, playing local music via VLC - OK. They all complained loudly, but differently, about x being inoperable. Source
If I switch to the onboard sound (even if SPDIF output), perfectly fine. Before changing hardware, I had seen indications that this system was backward-compatible to older systems, and the more in depth study I've done since seems to verify this.y be, however, that Shouldn't daphile have the same problems? Tim Passingham (tim-8aw3u04umo) wrote on 2014-12-06: #208 Andrejas: You say "I also had similar problem a year a so ago, but it disappeared since then (now on Ubuntu 14.10 Arcam R-DAC)." https://bugs.debian.org/704636
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Maybe it happens more often for someone of the other users affected. Still you could try In /etc/pulse/default.pa, change this: Code: load-module module-udev-detect ...to this: Code: load-module module-udev-detect tsched=0 save and reboot. Code:yum install ffado libffadoInstall jack2. Pages: 1 #1 2011-11-23 03:13:29 bch24 Member Registered: 2011-11-20 Posts: 25 Dmesg Noise: usb audio device?
The errors I'm getting, both when I plug the card in, and just prior to freezing, are the following: Oct 29 17:02:51 media kernel: [ 5.354870] 3:2:1: cannot get freq at Therefore they should not be stored in your system log or printed out. Fixing this bug has got rid of the cannot submit URB error messages, but the performance is still quite degraded compared to the 3.5.x series of kernels, with increased xruns and It shows that the device is connected to a USB-3 port.
Why were there no events during that time? Jan 27, 2010 Installed Ubuntu today but i cannot get any sound from my pci soundcard the only sound i get is through the inbuilt sound in my motherbaord. Should I even need to get this? After that, some update (kernel?) broke something and right now I am not able to listen to music anymore.
Why is this still not fixed?
Perhaps it's a hardware combination, or perhaps it's some regression in the kernel, I'm not sure.
Both laptops are on 14.04 xubuntu, fully up to date.
Now I shall go away and hide....
Thanks in advance Jan (ya-me) wrote on 2013-03-30: #40 I've downloaded and installed kernel from http://people.canonical.com/~jsalisbury/lp1136110 Unfortunately, it didn't fix the issue on my async usb dac - Musical Fidelity V-DAC Can you also test that kernel, to see if this is already fixed in mainline? One thing to note, you will need to install both the linux-image and linux-image-extra .deb packages. View 2 Replies View Related Debian Multimedia :: No SoundCard / Dummy Output - Jessie 8.3 Feb 12, 2016 I have no more sound on my debian.
A usbmon trace showing the problem would help. this contact form Steve, your output merely shows that the system fell behind, which we already know. The problem has gone away. it's disabled, all right, including BIOS!
Jul 22 23:39:49 blueberry kernel: [32399.785562] cannot submit urb (err = -18) Jul 22 23:39:49 blueberry kernel: [32399.785576] cannot submit urb (err = -18) Jul 22 23:39:49 blueberry kernel: [32399.785585] cannot Dec 31, 2010 I have just installed a Xonar dg onto Ubuntu10.10The MBoard is also Asus with a built in card that works ok. Mar 17, 2011 I have just installed Oracle enterprise Linux 5.Beforehand I had Mandrive 2008 which could configure my soundcard.However enterprise Linux 5 can't.Code:/sbin/lspci00:00.0 Host bridge: Intel Corporation 82G33/G31/P35/P31 Express DRAM http://softwaredevelopercertification.com/ubuntu-cannot/ubuntu-cannot-switch-tty.php I already tried to disable the whole pulseaudio-system with no luck.
I select the external soundcard as default device and upon reboot the internal one is on top on the preferences list. Tim Richardson (tim-tim-richardson) wrote on 2013-03-29: #35 Probably not interesting, but my Dragonfly USB async DAC has this problem as well in 13.04 (I just upgraded today, from 12.10 which worked I'm comming from another linux distribution and have never had this error before with same hardware so am unsure if this is pointing out a config error.Any help demistifying this message
However, when I try and install it I get a message containing "no command alsaconf".
Message #40 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: Elimar Riesebieter To: Tuxicoman Cc: [email protected] Subject: Re: Bug#704636: bug Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2014 22:15:58 +0100 * Tuxicoman version: 3 Aug 9 16:43:44 user-laptop kernel: [ 0.176354] ... alsa-info output is here: http://www.alsa-project.org/db/?f=3c...f052471749ced8 Steps to repoduce: Connect USB-device, KDE-Settings, Multimedia, Phonon, Audio Playback -> Music, Audiolab M-DAC Analog Stereo -> Test What i noticed in comparison to my working However, the audio driver could indeed slow down your system when a delay occurs like this.
This change has been made by an automated script, maintained by the Ubuntu Kernel Team. Working... Leander Koornneef (bugs-h) wrote on 2013-06-24: #15 I can also confirm that the problem still exists with 3.10-rc6 Joseph Salisbury (jsalisbury) on 2013-06-24 Changed in linux (Ubuntu): status: Confirmed → Triaged Check This Out I am getting a lot of kernel messages which I believe are comming from the sound card drivers.
Joseph Salisbury (jsalisbury) on 2013-04-03 tags: added: performing-bisect Ubuntu Foundations Team Bug Bot (crichton) on 2013-05-24 tags: added: patch Joseph Salisbury (jsalisbury) on 2013-05-29 tags: removed: performing-bisect Joseph Salisbury (jsalisbury) on Alan Stern (stern) wrote on 2014-05-01: #182 What about the dmesg output for when you plugged in the audio device? RTL8111/8168/8411 PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet Controller (rev 06) (NB: I did read that Ubuntu had a bug that was similar for async DAC users: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...x/+bug/1136110) I would appreciate any assistance. Could do, but do you really think it's pulse-related?
Thus the latency will be 256 sample times, not 2048. description: updated Jan (ya-me) wrote on 2013-03-25: #34 Has anyone commited a patch yet, and if so, was the merge proposed? I tested recording and playback from an USB audio adapter for 7 hours, and the problem did not appear. This also happens if use aplay so I assume there is a problem with my ALSA-System.
Fedora :: Gkrellm Plugin Gkrellm-freq Not Seen As Installed? You must not work with the public much. -- Trilby----How to Ask Questions the Smart Way Offline #3 2011-11-23 14:31:55 bch24 Member Registered: 2011-11-20 Posts: 25 Re: Dmesg Noise: usb audio Does moving that lower change your USB volume levels ? Tested on one more asynchronous USB DAC, and one other synchronous USB DAC, reproduced exactly the same issue in the description.
Using CLI command grep device.buffering to get the buffer from the devices, those affected kernels are reporting back a different number to the unaffected devices. Joseph Salisbury (jsalisbury) wrote on 2013-10-01: #79 The following commit is now in Raring: 07b7319 - USB: EHCI: accept very late isochronous URBs I'll move this bug to Incomplete for now. Do you get the same with the USB device plugged into a different USB port ? Tim Passingham (tim-8aw3u04umo) wrote on 2014-12-06: #207 I assumed that since others had supplied so much detail I didn't need to supply any more.