[PlanetCCRMA] M-Audio Delta 1010?

Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano nando@ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Tue May 4 16:09:01 2004

> >>   I've been playing with the Planet for a bit (mainly Hydrogen,
> >>Jack, and a bit of Rosegarden) and have also been debating about
> >>jumping into a Mac G5/ILife/Logic combination.  I recently got a good
> >>deal on a Delta 1010, which I would ultimately use on the G5 if
> >>I chose to get it, but I gather it would work with ALSA as well.
> >>Is anyone using that board and breakout under Linux?  If so, how's it
> >>working for you with Ardour?  Any tricks for successful deployment?
> > 
> > I have several 1010's and they work fine. No special tricks. You can use
> > the "envy24control" utility (in the alsa-tools package) to control the
> > internal mixer built into the chipset. 
>     Okay, I got my Delta 1010 today!  :)  Removed my old SBLive and 
> installed the new card and hooked up the rack interface.  Fired it up 
> and Kudzu wanted to do the right thing removing the old device and 
> identifying the envy24 device.  So far so good!
>     Logged in and tried envy24control - got a "snd_ctl_open: No such 
> device error."  lsmod?  Oops.  No envy-like module. :(  So I did a quick 
> scan through the sound driver modules - no envy module there.  Next 
> stop, the ever faithful sndconfig utility.  It ID'ed the card as an IC 
> Ensemble ICE1712 Envy24 then told me it wasn't supported.  Wah! :p

As Emiliano outlines you need to configure the computer to use ALSA for
the 1010, just follow (again) the instructions in the Planet CCRMA web
site. Kudzu does not know about ALSA at all, only knows about OSS...

-- Fernando