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Terratec XLerate PCI Soundcard under Linux?

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Has anybody experience, drivers, information on how to do that and if it is possible?
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Yes you need to spend $29 to get drivers for your sound card from OSS www.opensound.com
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They list this card as not supported yet that gives you hope that it will be supported soon. You could write drivers for it on your own
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Months ago I was on the opensound site...
But uptill now I don't intend paying 29$ for something that I already paid for.
They wrote they'd support It soon, so they must be working on it. Writing a driver myself? If you give me the time :)
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What is the chipset ?
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just one big chip, AU8820B0
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