Thanks, I'll do that and bring back the results.
There is any other way to teach PulseAudio about change the default device?2013/3/19 Daniel Mack <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On 19.03.2013 20:53, Rodolfo Thomazelli wrote:Ok, nice. I'll post my two patches then. Thanks for testing!
> Man, I saved a .wav file into my home folder. By typing "aplay
> -Dplughw:USB some-test-wave.wav" I can hear it from the output of
> scarlett! The device is playing!
Well, the thing is that your default device on Ubuntu is in fact
> I want to use a program called MATAA, an extension of the Octave
> software. I can't change devices in MATAA, because it uses the default
> one, wich I need that be the usb device.
PulseAudio, so you need to teach PulseAudio about a different default
hardware device. You normally do that in the Sound settings, but I don't
know why that doesn't work for you at the moment ...
You go to your linux folder as you did before:
> I'll do now the recommendations of Torstein.
> What you means with "do a git pull in linux folder"?
and then you call the command
Then you continue at step #8 of the Wiki page ...
> 2013/3/19 Daniel Mack <email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>>
> On 19.03.2013 19:57, Rodolfo Thomazelli wrote:
> > I've just completed all the required steps. Seems like something
> > changes, because in alsamixer my usb device is listed, but there is no
> > control over it. In Ubuntu sound controller my device is not even
> > listed. So I can't make it my default device, and that is just
> what I want!
> > Here is some logs:
> > *uname -a*
> > Linux rodolfo 3.9.0-rc3-custom #1 SMP Tue Mar 19 14:48:30 BRT 2013
> > x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
> > *cat /proc/asound/cards*
> > 0 [PCH ]: HDA-Intel - HDA Intel PCH
> > HDA Intel PCH at 0xf7e00000 irq 45
> > 1 [USB ]: USB-Audio - Scarlett 8i6 USB
> > Focusrite Scarlett 8i6 USB at
> > usb-0000:00:1d.0-1.2, high speed
> Perfect. That's just what's expected - good job! :)
> > *lsusb -v*
> The lsusb output hasn't changed - it just dumps what the hardware
> So what does "aplay -Dplughw:USB some-test-wave.wav" do? Do you hear any
> You say you don't see the device in the Ubuntu "Sound" pane? That's
> actually strange, because the system registered it properly.
> Torstein posted another patch, which I put into my branch as well.
> You could do a "git pull" in your "linux" folder, and then repeat the
> steps from https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KernelTeam/GitKernelBuild, starting
> at step #8. Does that help?