[mythtv-users] [OT] Xbox Frontend/Xebian 1.1/Alsa
david.whyte at gmail.com
Thu Aug 4 12:54:25 UTC 2005
Just bought an Xbox, just bought a copy of the original MechAssault
and am about to solder the board.
I probably should have asked this question already, MythTV 0.18.1 is
working on the XBox right? I mean, its just the debian packages isn't
it (assuming I use Xebian). I hope so, I don't like hard work :P
On 8/4/05, Johan Kihlström <johan.kihlstrom at bredband.net> wrote:
> Michael T. Dean wrote:
> > Dave wrote:
> >> I had a frontend on my Xbox without issue for about 8 months.
> >> Then I
> >> decided to upgrade Myth to .18, and in the process, upgrade Xebian to
> >> 1.1.
> >> Problem is, now I can't get sound of the XBox with Myth. I can play
> >> audio OK using aplay, but when I go to view a recording with Myth I
> >> get "mixer unable to find control PCM"
> > What happens when you set "Mixer Controls" to "Master" instead of "PCM"?
> > Mike
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> Doesn't matter, I'm afraid
> I just had the same problem when upgrading to the latest Xebian.
> The sound device in the X-box has no mixer, so in order to make ALSA
> work you have to disable internal mixing in myth.
> You also need a good .asoundrc and instead of selecting /dev/dsp in
> audio you have to write ALSA:(device from asoundrc)
> Good luck!
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