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ALSA version 1.0.25 which comes with many good updates landed today. Will it have time to enter 12.04 since it just so happen I have 2 Creative sound cards that as 1.0.25 mentions will work out of the box (instead of having no sound at all).

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/me hands @Luis Alvarado Arch Linux - sorry with your last 2 questions I could not resist. I have no idea as to either =) – bodhi.zazen Jan 26 '12 at 1:34
hahaha. Sorry it's just that 12.04 might be the one to solve some problems I know some people are having and me included. I will have Arch Linux in mind although let's sshh about it. You never know if the top 10 league of justice are watching (Oli, Foss, Jorge, Stefano..) – Luis Alvarado Jan 26 '12 at 1:44
For this one I would say your best bet is to file a bug report. It is always helpful if you can include a solution to the problem in the report (works in ALSA 1.0.25 ... ) , the developers appreciate that. They would probably include it if they can. The feature freeze has not yet passed =) – bodhi.zazen Jan 26 '12 at 1:57
up vote 3 down vote accepted


As for today, ALSA packages in Ubuntu Precise are in version 1.0.25, which means that it did have time to be included in Precise, and, of course, that should mean that your sound carts will be supported in Ubuntu 12.04!

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