Linux driver for sound blaster

linux fedora usb external sound blaster 24 bit
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  1. Sorry, I don't think it works.

    The PCI cards work ( Live, Audigy, Audigy2 ).
  2. Can you give us some more information please?

    What's the model number?

    What version of fedora are you running?

    Plug the USB in and click on Applications => System Tools => Terminal

    then type in


    and post the results.

  3. Yamaguchi said:
    linux fedora usb external sound blaster 24 bit

    This I am getting from the unit and creative's site.
    I made some of the recommended changes;however, (good and bad) now the internal sound card works but still cant get the external (usb) to work. I read somewhere that the realtek driver works but the person did not say which realtek unit nor can I locate any realtek usb drivers.
    Any additional assistance would be appreciated.

    usb sound blaster 24 bit external

  4. on debian 3.7.2 plug in usb, then type /bin/dmesg .... should get something like this towards bottom...
    1.00 Device [Creative Technology Ltd Sound Blaster X-Fi Go! Pro] on usb-0000:00:1d.1-1/input3
    [ 1403.745830] usbcore: registered new interface driver snd-usb-audio

    that means linux sees it... now go into system systems > sound, and select sound blaster as your interface card...

    I'm glad this worked for me, since I dropped my laptop and it landed on the sound card with earphones plugged in, and killed my sound. With the sound blaster card I got sound again. Praise God! Jesus Saves!
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