[Wine] alsa-utils missing asoundconf in Karmic

Susan Cragin susancragin at earthlink.net
Thu May 14 07:42:41 CDT 2009

>I've never used asoundconf, I just edit /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf.  Add the two drivers there, with an index of 0 for the primary and 1 for the secondary.

That's why I like(d) asoundconf. 
A simple command tells you what cards you have:

asoundconf list

and then you just pick from the list and say:

asoundconf set-default-card [name of card]

Works great and tells you what cards you have and you don't have to edit files. 

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