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Hi,

You might also need to go into the sound mixer volume settings and make
sure that the "Speaker" item is turned up, too.

William

Alexander Dalloz wrote:
| Am So, den 03.10.2004 schrieb Richard Horvitz um 19:15:
|
|
|>My system bell will not ring.  Right after installing fedora 2 my speaker
|>would not work, adding some lines to /etc/modprobe.conf fixed that.
These
|>lines are no longer needed for my sound card to work, maybe I have a
newer
|>kudzu now, after updating things?
|>If I do /sbin/modinfo pcspkr it tells me:
|>author:         Vojtech Pavlik <vojtech ucw cz>
|>description:    PC Speaker beeper driver
|>license:        GPL
|>vermagic:       2.6.8-1.521smp SMP 686 REGPARM 4KSTACKS gcc-3.3
|>depends:
|>So it would appear the pcspkr module is installed.  But my understanding
|>of this is very limited.  I have sound but no bell.
|
|
| Run "sbin/lsmod | grep pcspkr". If that does not print out the pcspkr
| module loaded, then you'll have to load it. As root "modproble pcspkr".
| To make this happen automagically each boot create as root
| "/etc/rc.modules":
|
| touch /etc/rc.modules
| chown root:root /etc/rc.modules
| chmod 755 /etc/rc.modules
|
| with following content:
|
| #!/bin/sh
|
| /sbin/modprobe -q pcspkr
|
| Alexander
|
|
|
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