Steve Cooke wrote:You re-configure the kernel with the module for your CSC4232 card checked, and re-build it. First, do the command "dmesg | less" and look at the output. A portion of mine is:
Hi, Florin Andrei wrote:
On Mon, 2004-06-28 at 16:48, Steve Cooke wrote:
Everything you need is included in the FC2 install kit. ALSA is the new
sound mega-driver that's included by default in the new linux-2.6 kernel
Try and run the audio mixer and see if there are some channels muted by
default. Or fire up an xterm and run alsamixer in it (it's a different
kind of mixer, the ALSA native mixer), unmute the muted channels, wiggle
the volume levels up and down and see if that solves the problem.
Thanks very much. It all works beautifully now. One of your comments pointed to a possible clue - I ran system-config-soundcard and that seemed to do the trick.
What do you do when system-config-soundcard tells you your CSC4232 sound processor doesn't exist. In the ooold days, sndconfig used to be able to find and configure it fine!
isapnp: Scanning for PnP cards... pnp: SB audio device quirk - increasing port range pnp: AWE32 quirk - adding two ports isapnp: Card 'Creative SB AWE64 PnP' isapnp: 1 Plug & Play card detected total
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