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Re: Alsa sound problem Solved-??



On Thu, Jun 10, 2004 at 02:28:56PM +1000, david walcroft wrote:
> Michael Schwendt wrote:
> >On Wed, 09 Jun 2004 11:53:05 +1000, david walcroft wrote:
> >
> >
> >>In FC 2 I did not have sound after installing and detection of my card
> >>(Audigy-emu10k1) in firstboot,I tried most things - alsamixer,kmix,aumix
> >>Gnome-alsamixer,chmod's on /dev/snd* but nothing worked, I knew alsaconf
> >>was not in the alsa-utils.rpm anymore so I did a cvs alsa-utils from 
> >>Alsa.org and compiled/installed.Now I have sound and checking my lsmod,
> >>modprobe.conf there is big difference between the new and old setup's.
> >>
> >>So I am curious as to why alsaconf was pulled from alsa-utils when it's
> >>possible that sound will work better with it included.
> >>
> >>  Thanks   david
> >
> >
> >What big differences exactly?   If you can't post a diff, attach what
> >you've got right now.
> >
> >alsaconf doesn't know about /etc/modprobe.conf.dist
> >
> >And it doesn't insert alsactl calls into /etc/modprobe.conf either,
> >because the ALSA 'alsasound' initscript is expected to do that
> >(and that one is not needed/used with Fedora Core 2).
> >
> >The only interesting thing in the alsasound script is, that it attempts
> >at setting default volume levels.
> >
> I have provided a diff of Alsa tests on a before/after installing 
> "alsaconf'.So alsaconf should not be able to work in FC2 Alsa is that
> correct,could it be though that people having problems with their sound
> might benefit from installing alsaconf regardless.
> 
>  david
I don't understand the solution above. Could someone explain clearly
how you get a sound card to work under FC2? It does not help that we
have a reference to ALSA,org which is the home page of the Lu Gehrig
disease people.

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