sound and linux
mmalver at visi.com
Sat May 28 03:29:13 UTC 2005
DIDN'T DO IT.
IT RAN FOR A BIT, BUT NO DIALOGUES.
IF I play a sound, the play program takes as long as it should for a sound
to play, but I hear nothing from the speakers, and pluging headphones in
where I think they should go (i've never used the phones on the sb64)
Is there a command I can give to determine if linux thinks I have the
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Sent: Friday, May 27, 2005 10:14 PM
To: Linux for blind general discussion
Subject: Re: sound and linux
[quoted lines by Michael Malver on 2005/05/27 at 20:15 -0500]
>I have a sound blaster 64 which somehow didn't get recognized when linux
>I see reference to a program called sndconfig, but that seems to be gone.
kudzu should configure it. Run the command:
For each new piece of hardware it finds, it'll ask you if you want to
it. The --safe option is to keep kudzu from probing serial ports, which will
leave your speech synthesizer or braille display undisturbed.
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