building kernel for ac97 sound card
Linux for blind general discussion
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Fri Oct 23 14:17:54 UTC 2020
To check if the the pcspkr driver is included in your running kernel, type:
zgrep -i pcspkr /proc/config.gz
Output here (Slint64-18.104.22.168):
If instead the last line is;
you will need another kernel or reconfigure it.
PCSPKR is under drivers/input/mis in the kernel tree
Else you just need to type as root:
lo load the module.
This issue is not related to your sound card and ac97, as the beep
comes from the internal speaker attached to the mother board, not
from a sound card.
Le 23/10/2020 à 15:15, Linux for blind general discussion a écrit :
> I have an ac97 sound card and a c-media usb sound card on a system. I
> have only had success activating the pcspeaker when building a kernel for
> gentoo. I have no clue as to what to enable to get this done. This is
> even after having gone through lspci output and lsmod output with the
> install-minimal dvd running the operating system The speaker-test utility
> puts out sound in the chroot environment and is silent after first boot
> into the new environment made by the compiled kernel.
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