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I'm not quite sure how to get the Andrea USB pod to work in Xubuntu, and can't find much support for it online. Does anyone know how I can get it working?

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could you plug it in and give the output of lsusb ? – Journeyman Geek Jul 25 '11 at 8:44
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Good question. Basically Pulseaudio (if Xubuntu comes with one) should detect it and display it as USB audio. If not, you may want to use latest ALSA drivers. But that's it. I don't think they support it, but it may worth a try. PulseAudio stopped releasing new versions for a while so thats a no go. (In my opinion, try Ubuntu livecd. If it not works, ask a XP license from a friend or something..everyone changed to W7 pretty much nowadays.)

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Didnt work, but it's fine, I was just wondering. I dont think there is a clear cut solution other than writing my own driver. – Cenoc Jun 30 '10 at 13:42
Ehm. You should just leave the question then ^^" | Try Googleing about this thing in every few weeks.. someone may write a driver. – Shiki Jun 30 '10 at 20:19

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