[PlanetCCRMA] The Oxygen 8 works! ... but...

Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano nando@ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Fri Dec 20 10:55:02 2002

> > So, most probably a modules.conf like this would solve the problem
> > (WARNING, you _have_ to replace the pid numbers in this example with
> > the numbers that correspond to the two usb interfaces you have):
> OK. How do I find out the proper pid numbers? 

>From the previous email:

> > You can find the product IDs with lsusb (search for "idProduct").

Pid stands for "Product ID" and is a completely different concept from
the "pid" (process identifier). This pid and the corresponding vid
("vendor identifier") are unique to your hardware usb devices. Plug in
your interfaces and then do a "/sbin/lsusb". 

> I only see one pid in the example. Where would the other appear?

> > options snd-usb-audio index=0,1 pid=0x1234,0xabcd

First (fake) pid is 0x1234, second is 0xabcd. 

> > Also, you should probably blacklist the snd-usb-audio module so that
> > it is not autoloaded during the early boot sequence (when hotplug
> > discovers the devices) but when the alsasound script executes. 
> I currently have "usb-midi" and "audio" as the last two items in
> /etc/hotplug/blacklist. Should these do it, or should I add or change 
> something?

Try adding "snd-usb-audio" as suggested in the previous email. 
-- Fernando