ESI Maya 44 XTe (PCIe, Sound Card, Audio Interface, 4-in/4-out)
Review of Linux Compatibility
The ESI Maya 44 XTE is a PCI Express sound card, which bases on the ESI ES7010L chipset. This chipset is currently not supported by ALSA. Therefore the card is not usable under Linux.
(The PCI version of the card, i.e. ESI Maya 44 without the name extension XTe, uses a different chipset and can be used under Linux).
creation date: 27/08/2014, last update: 27/08/2014 , Linux-Hardware-Guide
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