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Arcam irdac will not work with my Linux based PC

The only Linux distro I can get to work is the out of date Ubuntu 10.10 Any ideas for getting it to work with modern distros of Ubuntu or Mint. Note the dac shows up on the sound card list but no sound comes out of it when selected

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