Commit 1db0924d authored by Brandon Invergo's avatar Brandon Invergo

Fix reference to aplay option for figuring out ALSA names

parent f0dff5a2
......@@ -820,12 +820,10 @@ potential candidate until you find the right one. Alternatively, you
can read the kernel source code.
You can find the ALSA name using the ALSA @command{aplay} command by
running @samp{aplay --list-devices}. Several devices might be listed
so you will have to determine which one refers to the device you would
running @samp{aplay --list-pcms}. Several devices might be listed so
you will have to determine which one refers to the device you would
like to configure. Use the name directly following the bit that says
@samp{card X:} (i.e. use the first name that you see for the ``card'',
not the subsequent ``device'' name; nevermind if the device isn't
actually a sound card).
@samp{CARD=} (nevermind if the device isn't actually a sound card).
By convention, you would bind these values to @var{input-name} and
@var{alsa-name}, respectively.
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