Joined: July 2004
||Posted: Nov. 30 2005,03:34
The only commandline arguments Audacity takes are input files, so i guess all configuration has to be done either within the program, or by modifying the source code. It might be something outside of Audacity, though. Even though your audio output works there may be issues with input. I couldn't say what issues they'd be, though....so far i haven't had any problems with audio in DSL.
Although I didn't see anything specific to this in the changelog, you might consider trying a newer version of the program. They just released version 1.2.4 today (and as i said, there is a new unofficial mydsl package for this version), so maybe you'll have better luck with it. If you're still using 1.2.0 it would be a good idea to upgrade to at least 1.2.2 due to a crash fix while recording.
New Audacity myDSL package: