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Re: No Sound



On May 20, 2004 at 20:21, Tim adelphia in a soothing rage wrote:

>Well, I have Fedora up and running and almost everything went
>flawlessly. I guess I am out of luck with my Ethernet since I have
>HomePNA, so that isn't the current issue. My problem right now is sound.
>When I first installed, and it went through that whole first time set up
>deal it detected my sound card and tested great. I heard the sound and
>everything was wonderful. Once I got into KDE and tried to play a CD I
>no longer get any sound. I went back to the automatic detection screen,
>and it didn't play the test sound. I went into "alsamixer" in the
>command line, and turned everything up, yet still nothing. Using Kmix
>did the same thing. Does anyone have any idea what could be going on?
Are your sound modules loaded? What are the contents of your
/etc/modprobe.conf>


>I have another question in regards to networking. What would be the best
>bet for a wi-fi 802.11b network card in terms of compatibility?
Pass.

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