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Archive: anyone who wants linux driver please post here
written by bsinda (User) | 02/24/2005 | 14:57 Hits: 3197
we will send it to esi ..... if there is customers, they would think about it ......
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Replies: 95
  bsinda  - 02/24/2005 (14:57)
  todoros  - 02/27/2005 (10:07)
  Claus R  - 03/05/2005 (18:41)
  matota  - 03/06/2005 (02:46)
  mordam  - 03/22/2006 (10:48)
  Cypher Electric  - 04/15/2006 (14:51)
  soda  - 03/07/2005 (20:34)
  brown  - 03/31/2005 (22:39)
  Joel  - 03/11/2005 (08:14)
  supermihi  - 03/30/2005 (15:07)
  EvanGR  - 03/30/2005 (17:45)
  Joel  - 04/13/2005 (21:10)
  marsy  - 05/10/2005 (19:26)
  enorbet  - 05/18/2005 (09:27)
  fares  - 05/18/2005 (13:11)
  enorbet  - 05/18/2005 (23:52)
  mikechai  - 05/19/2005 (12:02)
  rkruz  - 05/25/2005 (07:33)
  Demosthenes  - 05/27/2005 (13:06)
  Frank  - 07/04/2005 (23:25)
  John  - 07/13/2005 (00:35)
  baldo  - 03/07/2006 (10:20)
  Jinji  - 07/14/2005 (22:13)
  Ben  - 08/04/2005 (09:08)
  Ben  - 08/04/2005 (09:09)
  suse9.3  - 08/10/2005 (06:51)
  laurent_p  - 08/11/2005 (11:09)
  chris_c  - 08/15/2005 (12:30)
  bensommerfeld  - 08/16/2005 (12:19)
  Dave  - 09/13/2005 (17:54)
  becs  - 09/15/2005 (20:22)
  bengan  - 10/02/2005 (21:54)
  radiol  - 10/06/2005 (12:49)
  ers  - 10/07/2005 (19:21)
  www.rzr.online.fr  - 04/22/2006 (21:44)
  Markus  - 05/28/2006 (13:12)
  alli427  - 05/30/2006 (23:39)
  LinuxAudioMM  - 07/17/2006 (17:27)
  nittolf  - 10/19/2005 (22:48)
  Imsodul  - 10/20/2005 (01:14)
  Udi  - 10/20/2005 (23:45)
  redlad  - 11/26/2006 (07:24)
  konk  - 10/22/2005 (07:44)
  andres  - 10/23/2005 (17:52)
  Jinji  - 10/30/2005 (17:44)
  notrub225  - 11/01/2005 (23:52)
  Andres  - 11/02/2005 (15:59)
  imsodul  - 11/02/2005 (19:02)
  skyball  - 10/29/2005 (03:05)
  egronnes  - 11/03/2005 (11:28)
  Jens  - 11/04/2005 (00:42)
  imsodul  - 11/09/2005 (16:46)
  cyclo  - 11/11/2005 (14:10)
  pitsch  - 11/11/2005 (22:42)
  Strong  - 11/22/2005 (01:01)
  redondos  - 11/25/2005 (00:52)
  teabone  - 11/25/2005 (13:30)
  bjs  - 12/19/2005 (13:51)
  melavi  - 12/20/2005 (16:09)
  Scar  - 01/08/2006 (18:22)
  johto  - 01/09/2006 (09:31)
  Torben Fluterr  - 04/15/2006 (14:53)
  nomade  - 01/28/2006 (21:57)
  finkeltron  - 02/03/2006 (00:20)
  DunSun  - 02/12/2006 (15:54)
  zach  - 02/28/2006 (09:12)
  TA  - 03/06/2006 (18:35)
  zach  - 03/07/2006 (09:36)
  obh  - 03/09/2006 (00:06)
  zach  - 03/09/2006 (09:58)
  obh  - 03/14/2006 (21:49)
  timothyalangorman  - 03/16/2006 (18:40)
  borisovich  - 04/19/2006 (17:26)
  sharky  - 07/26/2006 (14:50)
  Fabius  - 04/20/2006 (12:22)
  myownkaos.com  - 04/21/2006 (02:52)
  tzam  - 04/22/2006 (18:50)
  james  - 05/01/2006 (09:35)
  help  - 05/01/2006 (09:42)
  Jan  - 05/13/2006 (10:36)
  rzr  - 05/27/2006 (22:27)
  mars  - 06/12/2006 (14:35)
  Yau  - 06/15/2006 (23:54)
  mariin  - 06/17/2006 (17:18)
  zakir mumbai india  - 07/04/2006 (12:35)
  ladspangel  - 07/03/2006 (23:24)
  daniele  - 07/25/2006 (02:15)
  atarashi  - 08/13/2006 (16:43)
  jannes  - 08/13/2006 (23:00)
  jannes  - 08/13/2006 (23:28)
  theentity  - 11/24/2006 (16:24)
  raninen  - 08/18/2006 (09:19)
  bockbier  - 11/20/2006 (23:33)
  smackware  - 02/15/2007 (19:48)
  tr45h  - 04/18/2007 (21:48)
  Skinah  - 04/19/2007 (03:09)
reply by todoros (User) | 02/27/2005 | 10:07
I would be very interested for linux drivers for juli@.

[edited: 02/27/2005 / 10:08]
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reply by Claus R (Moderator) | 03/05/2005 | 18:41
Currently work is being done to support Juli@ via the latest ALSA drivers.
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reply by matota (Guest) | 03/06/2005 | 02:46
Im interested in linux drivers for my WaveTerminal 192m.
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reply by mordam (Guest) | 03/22/2006 | 10:48
rihgt, I'm using ubuntu 5.10, over xp (which is going to be incinerated soon) and Im looking for using my Waveterminal 192m in new opensource OP. is there some views of developing drivers for linux in near future?
Peace
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reply by Cypher Electric (Guest) | 04/15/2006 | 14:51
Hi, im an old fashioned professional producer from london.
I want you guys to bring this F+++++ great sound card also on the Linux plattform.
Regards Cypher Electric
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reply by soda (Guest) | 03/07/2005 | 20:34
I would like to have a driver for Quatafire610
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reply by brown (User) | 03/31/2005 | 22:39
I use QuataFire610.
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reply by Joel (Guest) | 03/11/2005 | 08:14
When i bought my Juli@ i didn't think i'll need linux drives, now i'm re thinking the hole idea. the next card i'll buy (unless a miricle will happen and linux drivers will just pop out of thin air) will be supported by linux. i'll search for a pro card fully compatible with linux. there are a few. ALSA is the place to find out what support what.
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reply by supermihi (Guest) | 03/30/2005 | 15:07
Me too! ESI should take m-audio as a reference, they produce excellent linux drivers!!
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reply by EvanGR (User) | 03/30/2005 | 17:45
I have no need for Linux drivers at the moment but... I'd like to see them happen. It will be a solid proof of continued development & support on behalf of the company.
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reply by Joel (Guest) | 04/13/2005 | 21:10
I realy want linux drivers for my juli@.
I'm now looking for a card with 8 analog outs, a waveterminal would be great - only it dosn't work with linux... too bad. m-audio delta 410 will do fine for now, there are always other options...
must admit, i rather see the esi guys waking up and smelling the "humus", today every body got a linux sound machine if your card is not supported, the next one you buy will be, as in my case. it must be not so expensive paying someone to write drivers... they can even throw a small compatition... yea thats a nit idea!
i have to by my card by the end of this month. if i get the idea that something is cooking, i'll wait longer to see and may be i'll buy an other esi product.
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reply by marsy (Guest) | 05/10/2005 | 19:26
please one driver for waveterminal 192 systems !
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reply by enorbet (User) | 05/18/2005 | 09:27
Hello
I have posted more than once already but will try agin as I am very serious about this. I would buy the Juli@ right now even if the existing snd-ice-1724 module only provides basic sound assuming ESi will keep it's promise to develop the best supported ALSA pro card on the planet. I'd settle for just really solid support that continues to evolve sort of like how nVidia has done with graphics drivers. I have recommended and bought nothing but nVidia for the last 4 years due to nVidia's support in Linux even when I build systems for others who don't intend to use linux.
Hope this helps and hope I finally get an answer if anything presently works with Juli@ in linux.
Jimmy
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reply by fares (Guest) | 05/18/2005 | 13:11
I'm also supporting nVidia and the great job the developers are doing.
I can tell you that the existing sound module (snd-ice-1724) actually doesn't really offer any true possibility (I own a Juli@ and I run Linux exclusively now).

So this means that I'm keeping it 'cause the ALSA team is developing the driver, but it also means that I'll buy an M-Audio really soon.

Even if the guys @ ESI do not want to develop a driver directly, I think they should at least give all the help they can to the ALSA team - with the Q/P ratio of the Juli@ they would sell tons of them to linux musicians.

Fabio
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reply by enorbet (User) | 05/18/2005 | 23:52
Thank you Fabio
Your feedback is much appreciated and helps some. I still have some confusion about whether or not the existing snd-ice-1724 module will even allow basic system sounds and/or fundamental playback service with the Juli@. It would not be a huge deal to have to do my recording/midi work in Windows for even up to a year as long as my linux system would not be entirely crippled by the Juli@ and present driver condition. I just don't want to buy a card that may never be able to work for serious recording in the linux environment. The impression I got from Claus was that ESi seems quite proud that they intend to have the best supported pro sound card employing the Envy24. Since it appears in another thread on this very forum I am assuming there is no problem quoting it as I've done below.

<begin quote>
"As I mentioned already previously in this thread, work is being done to support ESI Juli@ directly.
This is a step by step process that takes time. We have already full support for our M4U, M8U and RoMI/O MIDI interfaces for Linux. Other devices such as the anounced KeyControl 49 and KeyControl 25 will be supported nativly from the start.
For PCI cards, Juli@ is the first ESI Envy24 card that will be supported completly via ALSA."
<end quote>

In another post he mentioned that the Juli@ is only "detected by the latest driver" but of course "latest" is not a very descriptive term since I can't assume he keeps up to date. My understanding is that the snd-ice-1724 is new to the 2.6.11.8 kernel and I don't know how often he checks kernel releases or with the Alsa development team. For that matter I don't know if you have tried the 11.8 kernel.

One of these days companies will begin to appreciate how important so-called "geeks and gurus" are to buying patterns. We are the kind of people that tend to network with lots of people with similar technical prowess and interest as well as each of them, like us, tend to be the neighborhood and/or family resident tech who keeps their PCs working. These people most often take our advice or we buy hardware and software for them with which we are familiar and that which we like. Therefore we account for much larger numbers than just the handful of units we may buy for ourselves. In addition with new distros like Xandros and SuSe that "do windows" and improvements in various kinds of software to accomplish that on any distro and especially with the advent of just monstrous levels of damage from virii and spyware, the numbers of people turning to Linux and Mac (now, modified BSD) is growing exponentially. There are other trends but I don't want to let this get too big and OT so I'll stop with that but hopefully ESi will be one of those companies, like nVidia, that sees the value in actively pursuing this market.

I'd still like to know if 2.6.11.8 kernel can get any sound out of a Juli@.
Jimmy
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reply by mikechai (User) | 05/19/2005 | 12:02
Yup, linux and BSDs communities are definitely growing in a fast rate. Hope ESI/Audiotrak will see this as an opportunity and develop great drivers for linux and FreeBSD. Like what Nvidia did, which is great for the open source community.

So, any progress so far?
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reply by rkruz (User) | 05/25/2005 | 07:33
no
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reply by Demosthenes (Guest) | 05/27/2005 | 13:06
I am definately waiting for ESI to release linux drivers for their (inc. Audiotrak) products.
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reply by Frank (Guest) | 07/04/2005 | 23:25
I need linux driver for my waveterminal 192 x. I can't use it
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reply by John (Guest) | 07/13/2005 | 00:35
Im thinking to sell my esi sound card because it dosn't work under linux and buy another one like rme sound card. Thank you esi for your great support. It is 2005!
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reply by baldo (Guest) | 03/07/2006 | 10:20
"Download the latest ALSA pack and compile it. It works without problems."

Can you advise me as to what pack I need to download please so that I can compile my own drivers for Julia.

Many thanks
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reply by Jinji (Guest) | 07/14/2005 | 22:13
I'm using Juli@ under Linux without problems for our radio playback systems. Download the latest ALSA pack and compile it. It works without problems.
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reply by Ben (Guest) | 08/04/2005 | 09:08
Hi Jinji

so the Juli@ does really work under Linux with the latest Alsa packages?
Does recording with low latency (256 samples) also work? This is my main use of the Juli@, because I'm recording vocals with it.
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reply by Ben (Guest) | 08/04/2005 | 09:09
I also would like full Linux support, because I want to switch from Windows to Linux completely, but the lack of driver support for my ESI Juli@ is holding me back.
But using Rosegarden and pure Linux for songwriting would be just great!

Greetings from Germany,
Ben
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reply by suse9.3 (Guest) | 08/10/2005 | 06:51
Please,Waveterminal 192L,SUSE 9.3.
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reply by laurent_p (User) | 08/11/2005 | 11:09
idem, waveterminal 192X + fedora core 4
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reply by chris_c (Guest) | 08/15/2005 | 12:30
If they made drivers for the MaXiO XD I'd buy it in a flash!

I'd also get much more use out of my WaMi Rack 24/96 :).
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reply by bensommerfeld (User) | 08/16/2005 | 12:19
hey guys,

look here:

http://www.alsa-project.org/alsa-doc/index.php?vendor=vendor-Ego_Sys#matrix
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reply by Dave (Guest) | 09/13/2005 | 17:54
There isn't any driver for my waveterminal 192x + debian in alsa project :-(
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reply by becs (Guest) | 09/15/2005 | 20:22
Yes, Linux drivers are important. No closed source/binary only release, please.

Regards,
S. Beyer
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reply by bengan (Guest) | 10/02/2005 | 21:54
I'm about to buy a card for my small home studio. I will definitely choose a card with linux driver. If Juli@ gets a driver, I'll buy it.
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reply by radiol (Guest) | 10/06/2005 | 12:49
I need an Linux driver too.!!!
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reply by ers (Guest) | 10/07/2005 | 19:21
I would be very interested for linux drivers for Neon!
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reply by www.rzr.online.fr (Guest) | 04/22/2006 | 21:44
We would order several ESI neon *ONLY* if a linux driver is provided... please communicate on this.

stay tuned : http://rzr.online.fr/q/MIDI
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reply by Markus (Guest) | 05/28/2006 | 13:12
Yes, Linux drivers would be nice. The products are cheap and good and i would buy them. But i prefer M-Audio (they have drivers for Linux!) as long as i can't use the ESI-products in Linux.
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reply by alli427 (Guest) | 05/30/2006 | 23:39
hi !

i totally agree with RZR. ESI hardware are great, but please, make an official driver for your products.

It can't cost too much for a big society as ESI, and will be very helpfull to the Linux Audio community.

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reply by LinuxAudioMM (Guest) | 07/17/2006 | 17:27
We too, at least we will buy 2 Neons.
Great price! But if it doesnt fully work under Linux.
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reply by nittolf (Guest) | 10/19/2005 | 22:48
hi,
I just post there to make a new hit on that important point : Give us driver for Waveterminal 192L which is a really good but useless soundcard under Linux ...
flo@neotek.fr ==> Mandriva
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reply by Imsodul (Guest) | 10/20/2005 | 01:14
Hmmm, Juli@ module with Alsa works. But... volume is set to max and ther is no way to change it. I presume it's not ready and the status for Juli@ on Alsa homepage has'nt changed (green = maybe work in progress ). I would like to have a working module for Linux. Now I'm forced into Wintendo.
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reply by Udi (Guest) | 10/20/2005 | 23:45
Lack of a Linux driver is the only thing that makes me look away from juli@.
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reply by redlad (User) | 11/26/2006 | 07:24
What version of Linux does the u46dj work with?

I am willing to install tht version just to get it to work.
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reply by konk (Guest) | 10/22/2005 | 07:44
request BSD/nix driver support for juli@

pce
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reply by andres (User) | 10/23/2005 | 17:52
Pleassse!!!
Dear ESI I gave u the money for the Juli@ please show that u care of your customers and show that people can trust you! Make drivers for Linux.
Andres using Suse9.3
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reply by Jinji (Guest) | 10/30/2005 | 17:44
Juli@ already works under Linux. Where is your problem?
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reply by notrub225 (User) | 11/01/2005 | 23:52
What distro of Linux are you using, and what version of the ALSA module do you have? I cannot get my JULI@ to work with Ubuntu, but I have not tried to do it in 5 months...maybe it will work now if i upgrade everything.
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reply by Andres (User) | 11/02/2005 | 15:59
Yes, but dose it work correctly?! As described up buy one user it dosent let u to change volume and so on. And why cannot ESI put driver(drivers) on their homepage. Why I have to search it somewhere else?!
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reply by imsodul (Guest) | 11/02/2005 | 19:02
I'v tried with latest Alsa 1.0.10 RC2 and kernel 2.6.14. Level change in mixer is still not working. There been some indices that people with Suse is getting it allright. Suse/Novell do have a investment with Alsa..... Something stinky here?
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reply by skyball (User) | 10/29/2005 | 03:05
And for the Wamirack24 too ...
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reply by egronnes (User) | 11/03/2005 | 11:28
QuataFira 610, please!
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reply by Jens (Guest) | 11/04/2005 | 00:42
I need drivers for my esp1010 fast! or ill have to buy anotherone...
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reply by imsodul (Guest) | 11/09/2005 | 16:46
Got Juli@ to partly work with eca (esound) and Xmms configured for arTs under the KDE environment. Kernel 2.6.14, Alsa RC3. But still it is not possible to change anything except main volume from Xmms. As there is a short delay I presume Xmms is using PCM data to change audio level. All other instances of sound is still set to maximum amplitude. Got to have cotton i my ears, just in case...
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reply by cyclo (User) | 11/11/2005 | 14:10
Oh, finally! I need it for my QuataFire 610.
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reply by pitsch (Guest) | 11/11/2005 | 22:42
strange why there are no -nix drivers for the Juli@ card.
i know about a company who would buy 100 cards with stable
linux drivers immediatly. in the embedded pc area there is a lack of professional solutions including ballanced in/out.
M-audio is the only other option. RME is too expensive for many solutions.
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reply by Strong (Guest) | 11/22/2005 | 01:01
Iam strongly interested in Linux drivers.
I even would pay for them.
thestupidspider@web.de
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reply by redondos (User) | 11/25/2005 | 00:52
Hi,
I would be very pleased if you can find a driver for ESP 1010 to run under Linux.

Thanks
Luciano
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reply by teabone (Guest) | 11/25/2005 | 13:30
Yes please!
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reply by bjs (User) | 12/19/2005 | 13:51
Me too!

bjs

[edited: 12/19/2005 / 13:52]
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reply by melavi (User) | 12/20/2005 | 16:09
Me Me Me (wave 192X!)

[edited: 12/20/2005 / 16:10]
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reply by Scar (Guest) | 01/08/2006 | 18:22
Yes Open Source drivers would be a really great thing!
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reply by johto (User) | 01/09/2006 | 09:31
Indeed, would be nice to have Linux support for Juli@
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reply by Torben Fluterr (Guest) | 04/15/2006 | 14:53
ESP 1010 Linux drivers Plz.
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reply by nomade (Guest) | 01/28/2006 | 21:57
yeah!! im very interested in linux drivers for my ESP 1010
"saludos" from Argentina..chau!!
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reply by finkeltron (Guest) | 02/03/2006 | 00:20
i want a linux driver for my Juli@. i'm running suse 10.
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reply by DunSun (Guest) | 02/12/2006 | 15:54
I just want to buy a new sound card. Juli is a good choice. It's pitty but Juli does not support linux. So I will have take another card :-(
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reply by zach (User) | 02/28/2006 | 09:12
I need a driver for the ESI Maya 44
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reply by TA (Guest) | 03/06/2006 | 18:35
I also need a driver for Linux (Juli@)! Please develop a driver!
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reply by zach (User) | 03/07/2006 | 09:36
An alsa driver for the juli@ is in progress, I don't know how far it is, I have seen some bug reports. Go to http://www.alsa-project.org and maybe try the latest release or development release and see how it goes.
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reply by obh (Guest) | 03/09/2006 | 00:06
Anybody got volume working yet on ALSA for ESI Juli yet??
I'd like to buy this card tomorrow if is working.
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reply by zach (User) | 03/09/2006 | 09:58
If you're not already, try subscribing to the alsa-user and/or alsa-devel mailing lists on www.alsa-project.org. A post there might get you some info, although I have had little response for my maya44. I think Jaroslav is working on the juli@ driver, so you might try e-mailing him at
perex@suse.cz

He might be of some help if you can get a response.
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reply by obh (Guest) | 03/14/2006 | 21:49
I'm using linux debian etch with a 2.6.16-rc6
(I needed a rather new kernel because of a linux timer
bug on the Radeon eXpress 200 on MSI RS482).

After getting the M-Audio 2496 working on alsa-1.0.10-3,
I removed the card, inserted the ESI Juli@, rebooted and
the ESI Juli@ worked ok on the analog RCA without any other
configuration on my part.

Alsa sink is autodetect, Alsa source is ALSA.
I'm using no .asoundrc.

Regards,

Ole Bjørn Hessen.
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reply by timothyalangorman (Guest) | 03/16/2006 | 18:40
I'm currently using the maya 44 mkII and would like to have linux support....
my main pc is a slackware 10.2 box (alsa / 2.6.XX)

I have never bought this product had I known that the alsa matrix did not list it...
I would, howerver buymore audiotrak product if they devoted just a small amount of resources to the alsa community to get these cards running.
timg
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reply by borisovich (User) | 04/19/2006 | 17:26
Please linux driver for Quatafire 610
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reply by sharky (Guest) | 07/26/2006 | 14:50
Linux driver for Quaytafire 610 exists: FreeBob (with JACK) supports Quatafire and many other BeoBoB compatible firewire devices.
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reply by Fabius (User) | 04/20/2006 | 12:22
I WANT A WORKING MAC OSX DRIVER!!!
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reply by myownkaos.com (Guest) | 04/21/2006 | 02:52
here is me wanting a qf610 fine working driver before that **** linux! **** esi! **** me![for buying this crap]
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reply by tzam (Guest) | 04/22/2006 | 18:50

hi,
i am a customer,
it would be very nice if i could run my keycontrol 49 under linux.

i will then look forward into esi range of products for my (and friends) others needs .

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reply by james (Guest) | 05/01/2006 | 09:35
Hello,
I own a esp 1010 and like the card very much.
I would realy appreciate linux drivers since im switched to linux recently and
now being almost unable to use the cards awesome features.
regards James
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reply by help (Guest) | 05/01/2006 | 09:42
Maybe that helps,
those guys would probably write the drivers, they just need to know some specs.
http://www.alsa-project.org/call.php
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reply by Jan (Guest) | 05/13/2006 | 10:36
Hello,
Im from Munich / Germany and we use Linux in project studios for stability/cost purposes. Altought we would like to use the esp 1010 under Linux too.
Please ESI show us how great support can work.
Regards Jan
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reply by rzr (User) | 05/27/2006 | 22:27
The neon almost work with neon , can you help us ?

notes : http://rzr.online.fr/q/MIDI
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reply by mars (Guest) | 06/12/2006 | 14:35
the topic's not dead...
it would be great to run esi cards (like maya44) under linux systems.
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reply by Yau (Guest) | 06/15/2006 | 23:54
I would buy the U46DJ, if I knew it worked with linux.
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reply by mariin (Guest) | 06/17/2006 | 17:18
yes, i need driver for this interface too
pleeeeaaase build it
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reply by zakir mumbai india (Guest) | 07/04/2006 | 12:35
it is too bad sound of esi-1010 with tracktion 1.6 bundle
i tested esi-1010 with nuendo 3.2 that sounding great
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reply by ladspangel (Guest) | 07/03/2006 | 23:24
hi,
i need a recording card but of course a card without drivers is no use, so my question is:
are there linux drivers for the maya 44?
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reply by daniele (Guest) | 07/25/2006 | 02:15
sorry,i already post in the forum,anyway i add me here because to support linux,ant to really give great support is the only key for the success in the life...!!sure
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reply by atarashi (Guest) | 08/13/2006 | 16:43
well, i would also be very! happy about linux drivers for my esi cards...
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