[PlanetCCRMA] USB-MIDI + Triton EX

Peter Howard pjh@coastal.net.au
Tue Jun 29 15:24:01 2004

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On Wed, 2004-06-30 at 06:47, Jason Balicki wrote:
> I have a weird problem that I haven't cared about because
> there's an easy workaround, but I was wondering if anyone
> else sees this behavior:

I'm seeing a variation on this.  I was still getting around to my own
mail, but seeing as you've got in ahead . . . :-)

> When I first boot with all my usb midi devices attached
> they will not show up in the system.  I have to unplug
> them and then plug them back in.  Then they all show
> up.  I also have to restart alsasound to get any audio
> output.  I don't *think* these issues are related, but
> I'm not ruling it out.

What do you see in /proc/asound ?  I have had the following combinations
appear there:

- Nothing=20
- USB midi device only (Oxygen8 keyboard, card1)
- Everything (Ali chipset sound card card0 + USB card 1)

Running alsaconf makes card0 appear (if it wasn't there) but sometimes
(not always) that makes card1 disappear and I have to do the same "plug
out / plug in" step.

> Now, I just got a shiny new Triton EX that has a USB interface,
> and I want to get it to show up as a MIDI device for use
> in PlanetCCRMA.  The problem is that I'm at work, so
> I can't physically plug and unplug the device to make
> it work.  There's got to be a way to stop and start the
> usb subsystem, but I can't seem to find it.
> I have a Midisport 1x1 and a 61 Key M-audio Radium MIDI
> controller that both work fine, as long as I unplug them
> and plug them back in after initial boot.
> So, I guess my questions are:  has anyone seen this
> behavior?  Does anyone know how to restart the USB
> subsystem so I don't have to replug devices?
> I'm using an up-to-date PlanetCCRMA on FC1.
> Thanks for any tips!
> --J(K)
> PS:  I should mention that I have the usb-storage
> facility of the Triton EX working just fine, I can
> access the compact flash card connected to the EX
> as long as the EX is in "USB Storage Mode".
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