Only a file called line6usb. I’d really like to get this to work also, not sure what to do next under Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. My specifications Ubuntu I was following the last step from the instructions on http: I have ubuntu
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Projects & all: Getting Line 6 POD Studio UX2 to work on Linux
Maybe something similar works for the other problems mentioned above! Hi there, I’m really looking forward to switching to Linux for my daily driver. It’s looking to copy the driverdocs. Got the same errors. Hi, I am trying to get my Guitarport to work.
Possible to get Line6 UX2 to work on Linux? : linuxaudio
I’d really like to get this to work also, kx sure what to do next under Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Thank you very much for this valuable piece of information!
Had to update from 8. My only problem is to find a nice amp emulator program for Linux.
Done subversion is already the newest version. This is to get the Guitar Port to work as a basic USB sound device so you will get a dry signal in and out that will work tonepotr Alsa and Jack.
Package ‘linux-headers’ has no installation candidate means they could’ve been taken down. I would be so, so grateful as I’m hoping to do some recording via Linux over Christmas.
Couldn’t find any package by regex ‘2. The output from arecord -l is: So what to do next? Thank you so much!
CONFIG_SND_USB_TONEPORT: TonePort GX, UX1 and UX2 USB support
No such file or directory jeroen jeroen-Ubuntu: If you run the install, your sound will work until you reboot. I don’t have any problems with these settings!
Log in or sign up in seconds. You will atlest have version 2. No such file or directory make: I’m having the same issue with the toneort. Make sure your “Monitor Track” is muted due to some feedback when using Jack.
Anyone know how to fix it? Can’t get it working with Wine at the moment, so still no Spotify, still it’s a vast improvement over nothing. I have ubuntu Internal data flow error. When i try to get source it says svn: I got an error 2 similar to Synaptic11’s. I then noticed what jake said: I get similar toneporg I did the following: Would you happen to know how one would go about making the Toneport USB device an input device by default?