I was trying to get my Alix board to properly output audio. It has no VGA and no onboard sound card, so I’m using a USB to audio adapater. The card was detected, all appropriate snd- modules loaded according to lsmod, and it showed up in /proc/asound/cards. Problem is it was card1, and alsamixer and most programs use card0 by default.
It seems that Debian configures snd-usb-audio in /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf with the index=2 option to prevent it from being the primary card. To disable this behaviour, simply comment out the line.
So are you using a USB sound card as your audio device?It looks like you might have removed some audio device from your computer, that is why card0 is missing, where as usb card is configured as card1.
Edit /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf, include/modify the line for snd-usb-audio
This would update snd-usb-audio to card0, in case you want that as the first card.
via Debian User Forums • View topic – ALSA: cannot find card ’0′.
It seems like the ‘net is becoming less and less reliable for keeping old content online. With all the DMCA takedowns, geocities going offline the whole megaupload fiasco and even large companies like Intel taking down or hiding their own software (see previous post).
Anyway today I wanted to enable third-party theme support on a new Windows 7 install. Headed over to http://uxstyle.com to get the tool only to find a 404. Thanks to The Wayback Machine (web.archive.org) I was able to get a copy of uxstyle and hosting a copy here:
If you have a “legacy” Intel chipset (and apparently legacy means anything not from the Core i era), the new AHCI/ATA driver Intel lists on their site (“Intel Rapid Storage Technology” ) isn’t compatible with older chipsets.
I have a few ICH7, ICH8 (also used for VirtualBox’s AHCI controller), ICH9, ICH10 and ESB2 southbridge chipsets and have found that the Intel Matrix Storage Manager 8.9 works.
I’ve attached the Windows installer, as well as the 64 and 32-bit “F6″ floppy driver packages, because it seems Intel can’t be trusted to keep old versions of their drivers easily available.
Found the problem! Your log says ‘/usr/lib/indicators3/6/libsession.so does not exist.’ That file is part of the ‘indicator-session’ package, which provides the shutdown buttons for Unity and Lightdm.
via AUR en – lightdm-unity-greeter.