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USB audio systems such as speakers normally comply with the USB audio class specification. If your audio device does not comply with the specification, it will not work with Linux at this time.
You need to turn on the
Sound card support kernel
option, which is in the
Sound section. You will
then be able to turn on the
USB Audio support option
in the normal USB section.
If you elected to use modules, you need to load the module called
You can test your installation by dumping some random data out to the
audio interface, using a command like
cat /bin/bash > /dev/dsp. USB audio is integrated into
the normal Linux sound architecture, and most tools should work fine with USB
speakers. See the Sound HOWTO for more details and suggestions.