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Hi
I recently dumped all things windoze and made the move to Linux. Everything is cool so far but I have a USB speaker made by BOYNQ called the vase. Does anyone know whether this will run under Linux or do I need to ebay it?
Thanks

Simon

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Hi
I recently dumped all things windoze and made the move to Linux. Everything is cool so far but I have a USB speaker made by BOYNQ called the vase. Does anyone know whether this will run under Linux or do I need to ebay it?
Thanks

Simon

Did you have to install drivers to make it work on Windows or did it work automatically?

I have a USB headset (plantronics) that works fine on Linux (RHEL, Ubuntu and SuSE have all worked with it).

Which distro are you using?

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Did you have to install drivers to make it work on Windows or did it work automatically?

I have a USB headset (plantronics) that works fine on Linux (RHEL, Ubuntu and SuSE have all worked with it).

Which distro are you using?

Hi, thanks for the speedy reply! :) When I used it with Windoze it was just plug and go - no special drivers. I have Mepis Linux installed with the latest core update.

Thanks

Simon

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Hi, thanks for the speedy reply! :) When I used it with Windoze it was just plug and go - no special drivers. I have Mepis Linux installed with the latest core update.

Thanks

Simon

Hi again
Blimey o riley. Guess what? I did solve it! A. Plugged the audio lead into the wrong socket (Duh!) B. Now using ALSA.

But - sound quality is crap and NOT LOUD. Hmm!

Thanks

Si

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hi ive hust brought a boyng vas cam but when i plug it in my computer dont pick it up can any one help me that knows how to install it cause a cd never came with it and ive also been to boyng's site and they cant help me either pls id be so very grateful thanks nick

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