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  1. I run Ubuntu Linux 14.04LTS, using Audacious (v3.7.2) music player, ALSA set to 24 bit with proper hardware configurations from the drop down lists. This is my issue-- When the computer reboots, the Dragonfly falls asleep (the dragonfly turns red) after a few seconds. The solution which works is pulling the USB device out and re-inserting and waiting to see if it stays 'awake'. If it stays awake, it runs flawlessly until the next time the box reboots. Audioquest does not support Linux. Audacious has the Dragonfly parameters in the ALSA choices. It is a mystery for which I have yet to find a solution. One friend said it may be a hardware configuration within Linux, which means there should be a solution. I am not all that tech savy, but if anyone can give me a CLI solution, I can input it in terminal. Thanks
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