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Old 30th June 2009, 09:53 PM
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External sound card and Linpus Lite

Hi, newbie here!

I have an Acer Aspire One that I've recently reverted back to its custom Linpus Lite (I hear that it's based on Fedora 7). I've done all the usual tweaks to get to the advanced options and such, but I've run into a snag.

I have an external sound card (Toshiba Media Center, but it's basically a sound blaster with USB's) that the system either doesn't detect or I can't find where to choose it instead of the default sound card. It works well with Ubuntu in ALSA, but here I don't have a clue where to at least see it much less choose it.

Can anyone help me out? Is there a way to see if the card is there via terminal and choose it (i've exhausted the GUI searching for it)?

Thank you in advance
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