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This driver also required an older version of GCC and hadn't worked nicely with Ubuntu and other Linux distributions of the time. Articles & Reviews News Archive Forums Premium Categories Computers Display Drivers GPUs / Graphics Cards Linux Gaming Memory Motherboards CPUs / Processors Software Storage Operating Systems Peripherals Close Articles & Reviews Reply With Quote 09-06-2015,10:57 PM #4 lagonauta View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Trusted Contributor Join Date Aug 2014 Location Brazil Posts 133 Re: X-Fi Titanium HD and GNU/Linux I Creative's X-Fi on Linux has been far from a pleasant experience, but today that may begin to change. his comment is here

My SysAd Blog | Web Upd8ZEPY | Linux Jobs Planet Sysadmin | LinuxAlt.Com a non-geek's linux notes | Linux Today TuxArena: The arena of Tux The UNIX School © Copyright 2007 Step Four Up mix anything stereo to 5.1... All rights reserved. Thanks. 26-Jun-2011,17:29 #2 jdmcdaniel3 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Flux Capacitor Penguin Join Date Mar 2010 Location Austin - Texas Posts 10,489 Blog Entries48 Re: Does http://support.creative.com/Products/ProductDetails.aspx?catID=1&subCatID=208&prodID=17927

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Tango Icons Tango Desktop Project. presumably one with more than one jack plug. its a 5.1 headset No ideas, I don't even know what a 5.1 headset is... Reply With Quote 09-06-2015,08:33 PM #3 TruckerZer0 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visitor Join Date Sep 2015 Posts 6 Re: X-Fi Titanium HD and GNU/Linux No, it is not

In May of 2007, Creative Labs then admitted they duped Linux for Microsoft Vista. No really, go reboot... Michael has written more than 10,000 articles covering the state of Linux hardware support, Linux performance, graphics drivers, and other topics. Creative X-fi Titanium Hd Also I have sound in Youtube but not in movie player.

The driver is compatible with ALSA. Creative X-fi Titanium Windows 10 FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders Advanced Search Forum Product Boards Sound Blasters X-Fi Titanium HD and GNU/Linux Welcome to the Creative Forum. Page 1 of 1. 86 Comments The Sound Blaster X-Fi sound card driver for Linux from Creative Labs was awful. The OS recognized it and installed the driver.

Went to "Volume Control->Preferences" Ticked "Side Playback" Un-muted "Side" Ran the "speaker-test -Dplug:surround51 -c6 -l1 -twav" test again and received 5.1 surround goodness for my efforts. Sb0880 Driver He can be followed via Twitter or contacted via MichaelLarabel.com. For first time visitors, please read our FAQ. Advanced Search Overclock.net›Forums›Software, Programming and Coding›Operating Systems›Linux, Unix›does the SB X-Fi Titanium HD work in Ubuntu ?

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There is also a digital capture (S/PDIF-in) which is muted. Reply With Quote 09-08-2015,05:12 AM #6 TruckerZer0 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visitor Join Date Sep 2015 Posts 6 Re: X-Fi Titanium HD and GNU/Linux Okay so, I managed Sound Blaster X-fi Titanium Hd Full Review StarTech HSB220SAT25B 2 Drive 2.5in Trayless Hot Swap SATA Mobile... Sound Blaster X-fi Drivers Windows 10 All rights reserved Site Map | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Copyright & Trademarks Register Help Remember Me?

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don't have the card myself. This separete boost control is now gone. Reason being is that many across a few distros have problems when resources are squeezed, like the times when proc load is at or near 100%, for example. weblink Note in pavucontrol Configuration TAB you MUST select the correct device.

I still want to try the Titanium since it could be utilized in 7 (ouch) as a luxury for recording "what you hear", and for superior sound reproduction as well. Sound Blaster X-fi Titanium Fatal1ty Champion Everything worked great, except that when I finished the last step there was no sound from the two rear speakers (center, front-right, front-left, and sub all worked). Ubuntu 17.04 vs.

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Does anyone know? For password reset, please click here. Last edited by TRANQU111TY; September 5th, 2009 at 05:19 AM. Creative X-fi Titanium Fatal1ty Drivers So I installed the basic driver from ALSA, which I believe is the same one, and it worked again.

You need to be logged in to vote. Also provide the output of: Code: rpm -qa '*alsa*' rpm -qa '*pulse*' rpm -q libasound2 uname -a Note also with openSUSE-11.4 there is a superb app you can install (if not But now I do not have a mic gain control in alsamixer. check over here In your case '0' is the X-Fi card number and for your digital mic, the command may be something like: Code: amixer -D hw:0 set 'S/PDIF-in' 95% unmute or maybe Code:

Ubuntu Logo, Ubuntu and Canonical Canonical Ltd. Last edited by crazyone; September 2nd, 2009 at 01:49 AM. There is nothing wrong with wanting to get a piece of hardware to work with linux. At least as of a couple months ago it didn't work, it's too new and has some added features that I think haven't been figured out.

Log in | Lost your password? Join Date Jun 2009 Location Melbourne, Australia Beans 143 DistroUbuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat Re: HOWTO: Install and use a Creative X-Fi card with full 5.1 support Thanks Lantizia, I'm going to It confirms openSUSE-11.4 with the 2.6.37.6-0.5-desktop on a HP xw9400 workstation with a Creative X-Fi 20K2 SB0880 and a HDA NVIDIA MCP HD Controller (ALC262). Please let me know how you get on...

don't have the card myself. http://mailman.alsa-project.org/pipermail/alsa-de... One day it did not work at all even after resetting the card in YaST2. I have added in the XFCE-Mixer as it gives me Alsa like control of inputs and Outputs in pulse though several people claim to get the same from the Pulse Audio

I don't know. I highly recommend the usage of Creative Sound cards and only ever ran into one Creative sound card (had no X-Fi Chipset) that would not work in openSUSE. you're so pwn. February 10, 201010:02 am by Marcelo Warga Reply Awesome Blog, Dude! which is what led me here.

The open-source drivers supporting the Creative X-Fi drivers have also been at a stand still. Adv Reply September 1st, 2009 #3 xenogia View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Gee! If I was going to use digital out (which I do) go for an 0utput you can find cables for at any audio store. Full Review New Posts All Forums:Forum Nav:HomeSubscriptionsPrivate MessagesWho's OnlineForumsOverclock.net ForumNew MembersOverclock.net Related News and InformationOverclock.net Member PollsOverclock.net Contests and PromotionsForum Platform Help and Discussion Bugs and Technical IssuesSubmit a Bug ReportResolved

The OS recognized it and installed the driver. I was wondering if anyone got it to work.