Hi there.. i have been using #! for a while really as a light os to extend the life of my netbook... recently i was given another laptop which is better spec and first thing i did was install #!
My issue is that i want to podcast (voice and some guitar) and i have a tascam us-122l audio interface that would be perfect if I could get it working.
plugged in to the usb port the green light is on
when i input lsusb in terminal its is listed: BUS 001 Device 0007: ID 0644:800e TEAC Corp TASCAM US-122L
when i input alsamixer-c1 it is listed (obviously no controls as it is hardware)
but i cant seem to select it in audacity or see it as part of the system volume controls
ps. those commands i used were after hours of internet research i am in no way used to all the code etc i just appreciate the os as is!
unfortunately i have the us-122l and following the method in the link doesnt seem to work.. still says no usx2y compatible cards when i try usx2yloader.
The system is seeing it, the green light is on i just cannot seem to use the thing in audacity or otherwise... im going to check out the audacity forums to see if there are any clues there and i'll let you know!
cheers for the replys guys!!
If you get a message like "No USX2Y-compatible cards found", do the following:
# sudo ln -s /usr/share/alsa/firmware/usx2yloader /lib/firmware/usx2yloader
Would you try please? (Use the [Tab] key autocompletion feature to navigate to the right location)
i had used those instructions, but i i did try the tab thing to make sure it was all there this time.. still no luck. but i think it is the fact that this is a different chipset in the us-122l rather than the previous us-122
The us-122 aparently would show up as usx2y but this shows up as us-122l and i dont know if that means it works on the same protocols. Found a 122l and 144 specific page and it looks like lots of probs being had and there are some very indepth and varying solutions that indiviuals have posted. im going to use a windows machine until i actually learn more about linux first
Thanks for your help!