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Hi,

I have got a small question. When I use fmod to enumerate the actual available soundcards in ALSA mode, I always get to many of them. I looks like that:

[code:bdrvrcat]

Select soundcard A

1 : default
2 : hw
3 : plughw
4 : plug
5 : shm
6 : tee
7 : file
8 : null
9 : cards
10 : front
11 : rear
12 : center_lfe
13 : side
14 : surround40
15 : surround41
16 : surround50
17 : surround51
18 : surround71
19 : iec958
20 : spdif
21 : modem
22 : dmix
23 : dsnoop
24 : sblive_front
25 : sblive_mid
26 : sblive_rear
27 : sb_front
28 : sb_rear
[/code:bdrvrcat]

Am I doing something wrong? I do have a lot of soundcards in my PC the first 8 from 2 till 9 seem not to be valid. It’s actually a default SuSE 10.0 ALSA configuration. Does anybody have an idea? Btw, XMMS shows only valid soundcards in ALSA mode.

best regards
slajar

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That looks correct, FMOD enumerates the output drivers defined in your alsa.conf (and ~/.asoundrc), well actually they are called plugins in ALSA terminology. That way you can output to any custom plugins you define.

There’s more information about ALSA plugins here:
http://www.alsa-project.org/alsa-doc/do … oundrc.php

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