Ubuntu 10.04, real-time kernel
I've been using an M-Audio fast track pro using the generic USB audio driver quite well, but getting only two of the available four outputs. Eventually, I will need to try to get all four.
http://www.alsa-project.org/main/index. ... dor-MAudio says:
... where "this page" directs to http://alsa.opensrc.org/index.php/M-Audio_FastTrack_ProUSB Fast Track Pro: Reduced functionality in class-compliant mode, patch available for more features. See this page
Unfortunately (and somewhat shockingly), alsa.opensrc.org is blocked in mainland China. (It's not the only such surprise I've encountered; I've also had problems, inexplicably, with midiox.com, git-scm.com and opencv.willowgarage.com. It seems altogether arbitrary.) I use a proxy to get through to a lot of sites, but even this proxy can't access alsa.opensrc.org!
So I'm asking if anyone has successfully set up the patch. What's involved? Is there any alternate way to get the required files (or do I have to wait until I travel back to the US on summer holiday)?