I have all my browsers running via jack on the Saffire via ffado. I used KXstudio repos to install Cadence, removed PulseAudio completely and in Cadence activated the bridges (ALSA->Jack I think). I think browsers by default use PulseAudio and fall back to ALSA. With the bridges they are redirected to jack.basstrombone wrote: Other downs:
Not able to play YouTube videos anything via jack (probably because we have black listed the send-dice command) which is fine with me (I want a machine that records nicely) If I want to listen and watch videos etc. Just switch to on board and I'm totally cool with that.
I have also heard this. I still have the older model, so I can't confirm but I suspect this is true.basstrombone wrote: 2. Last night I've also found a blog discussion in French arguing that the more recently, models do not work on Linux... I Don't know if that's the case. He uploaded some pictures showing the "Newer unsupported models* that resembles mine one...? The only difference is that mine does not display the 2015 manufacturing date. But I'll run some commands tomorrow to check exact model I have.