> Thanks Glen, that worked.
>> Any idea how to make this card the default? I've another that I use
> for software synthesizers but I don't want everything else going threw
If the device is aliased as snd-card-0 then it should be the default.
However I do seem to recall reading that there was a bug in that. And that
the order they are read in from the modprobe.conf file determines which
device get loaded first, not the number.
So I'd suggest making your snd-cmipci device aliased as snd-card-0 and to
have it before your other sound device.
Hope that helps,
Glen Gray <glen at lincor.com> 17 Dame Court
Senior Software Engineer Dublin 2, Ireland
Lincor Solutions Ltd. Ph: +353 (0) 1 6746413
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