...Get an M-Audio 1814 firewire card working with Ubuntu/Linux?

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GodLikeCreature
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Hey,

Finally got my Ardour2 to run successfully, but on the laptop default sound card. It won't even recognise my firewire M-audio one. I have checked on M-audio website and there are no Linux drivers, just Win or Mac.

Anybody know a way around it? If there is no easy way out, can you let me know some semi pro/pro soundcards which work with Linux?

Thanks!

cbreeze34
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looks like you're out of luck:

http://www.ffado.org/?q=node/25

FFADO is the Linux Firewire Audio framework (the successor of FreeBoB, somewhat analogous to ALSA). So I'm pretty certain that if it's not supported by FFADO, it's not (yet) supported.

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Please make sure you let M-Audio know that Linux driver support matters to you.

Check the FFADO website for supported firewire devices; check into RME digiface, multiface, and MADIface devices for PCI-based solutions; consider also the M-Audio Delta 1010.

peder
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You haven't specified which M-Audio interface you have.

According to FFADO there's at least support for some: http://www.ffado.org/?q=devicesupport/list&page=1

MatíasMac
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Hi GodlikeCreature!!!! check this link:

http://www.alsa-project.org/main/index.php/Matrix:Main

In this page are all the soundcards that work good with Linux.

Good Bye!!!!

peder
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Oh, nevermind my post (reads thread name...)