Edirol UA-25 USB (ext)Audio/sound card; FreeBSD7.0-Release ; no
solarux at hotmail.com
Thu Mar 6 16:52:11 UTC 2008
hey thanks for reply (and sorry, I accidently hit reply-all so you got this too :)
-the edirol UA-25 is supported with ALSA drivers (right now more linux so than freebsd ?)
I guess this ai'nt an easy port according to some ie.
http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-questions/2004-May/047803.html (its a bit dated)
-also, at the risk of sounding redundant, I'm a little behind on this but is there any commercial OSS ?, ..., audio-driver support available for this usb audio device that can work with FreeBSD ?
the obvious reason being, we'd like to eventually use midi (which does require the "Advanved" switch on)
Rick.> Date: Thu, 6 Mar 2008 08:59:38 +0100> From: clemens at ladisch.de> To: solarux at hotmail.com> CC: freebsd-multimedia at freebsd.org> Subject: Re: Edirol UA-25 USB (ext)Audio/sound card; FreeBSD7.0-Release ; no sound> > Rick Nekus wrote:> > UA-25 switches:> > Advanced -> off> > This should make the device class compliant, but this switch doesn't> take effect until you plug the device in the computer (again).
> > > I bought it because according to "google" this would probably work> > fine (in unix/linux/BSD).> > When not in Advanced Mode, the device should work, but you get only> 44.1 kHz and no MIDI. For Advanced Mode, the driver needs support code> to handle the missing descriptors; currently, only Linux has this.
> > > Regards,> Clemens
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