Re: Yamaha DTX multi 12 on Debian
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Il 03/04/12 09:46, Clemens Ladisch ha scritto:
Mirko Guarnier wrote:Ubuntu Studio 11.10 recognize my YAMAHA correctly, ubuntu 10.04 doesn't, debian doesn't.In theory, nothing relevant has changed in the driver between these version (although I don't know which Debian version you're using).neither dmesg nor lspci shows something about YAMAHA (on Lucid or debian).The DTX is not a PCI device.but USB works because cat /var/log tells me something when I plug YAMAHA"something"? What exactly? Is the snd-usb-audio module loaded? Regards, Clemens
Dear Clemens,thank you for the patience and sorry for my incompleteness but sometimes when I write email I don't have DTX close at hand.
I'm using Debian 6 (the latest stable). The versions I've used have different linux kernel (2.xx or 3.0.xx). Could be for that reason?
However...1) on Debian snd-usb-audio wasn't loaded. I 've loaded it but nothing change (jack can't see my DTX)
2) cat /var/log/messages | grep usb tells me this:Apr 3 18:31:11 mirko-debian kernel: [31382.107847] usb 2-1.2: new full speed USB device using ehci_hcd and address 10 Apr 3 18:31:12 mirko-debian kernel: [31382.202177] usb 2-1.2: New USB device found, idVendor=0499, idProduct=1056 Apr 3 18:31:12 mirko-debian kernel: [31382.202188] usb 2-1.2: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=0
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