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Re: F7 sound not detected on swapping USB hard disk



2007/9/24, antonio montagnani <antonio montagnani gmail com>:
> 2007/9/24, Yunus <yunus cdl co id>:
> > > antonio montagnani wrote:
> > >> 2007/9/23, Mikkel L. Ellertson <mikkel infinity-ltd com>:
> > >>> antonio montagnani wrote:
> > >>>> After sound detection ny modprobe.conf file has been modified to:
> > >>>>
> > >>>> remove snd-intel8x0 { /usr/sbin/alsactl store 0 >/dev/null 2>&1 || : ;
> > >>>> }; /sbin/modprobe -r --ignore-remove snd-intel8x0
> > >>> I would remove this line, and re-run sound detection. It will not
> > >>> fix your problem, but this line is supposed to store the mixer
> > >>> settings when your sound card module is removed. I believe this is
> > >>> for your old sound card, and one should be created for your new
> > >>> sound card.
> > >>>
> > >>
> > >> I have removed this line but no new line is created and modprobe looks
> > >> llike herebelow
> > >>
> > >>>> alias eth0 tg3
> > >>>>
> > >>>> options snd cards_limit=8
> > >>>> alias snd-card-0 snd-hda-intel
> > >>>> options snd-hda-intel index=0
> > >>>> alias snd-card-7 snd-usb-audio
> > >>>> options snd-usb-audio index=7
> > >>>>
> > >>
> > >> shall I add lines manually???
> > >>
> > > I wouldn't. I find it annoying - I would rather save the settings
> > > when I have them set how I normally use them, not when the system
> > > shuts down. I may have changed things for some program, but I want
> > > my normal settings back the next time I boot.
> > >
> > >>> I am not sure why your USB sound device is set to be the 8th sound
> > >>> card, but that should not cause a problem. What may be causing a
> > >>> problem is that the snd-hda-intel module can have many
> > >>> configurations depending on your hardware. You may need to do some
> > >>> searching for the correct options. You may need to specify the model
> > >>> or model=auto in the options line.
> > >>>
> > >> You mean by googling, don't you??? and model=auto in modprobe.conf
> > >>
> > > Googling, checking the web site for your laptop, maybe reading the
> > > .pdf manuals, although they usually are not helpful for Linux.
> > >
> > > Yes, you would add the model option to the option line in
> > > /etc/modprobe.conf.
> > >
> > > options snd-hda-intel index=0 model=auto
> > > or
> > > options snd-hda-intel index=0 model=ref
> > >
> > [....]
> > >
> > > Mikkel
> > > --
> >
> > Hi  Mikkel,
> >
> > Do you think Antonia have the same problem i encountered on my Acer
> > TravelMate 6291 Laptop which also using Intel HDA
> >
> > Sound problem on my Acer Laptop is solved by :
> > 1. downloading dan installing ALSA driver I got from
> > ftp://ftp.suse.com/pub/projects/alsa/snapshot/driver/
> > 2. adding model=toshiba to  /etc/modprobe.conf
> >          options snd-hda-intel index=0 model=toshiba
> > Even though my laptop is actually acer (not toshiba).
> >
> >
> > yunus (Linux Newbie)
> >
> >
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>
> I am on another computer now so I cannot post my modprobe.conf file
> I added manually install/remoce and so-on line.
> I added option=toshiba
> I didn't download new driver from suse webpages
> It didn't work.
> Are any rpm driver around??
> My chipset is Realtek 268
>
> --
> Antonio Montagnani
> Skype : antoniomontag
>
I have seen that 	alsa-lib-1.0.15-0.2.rc2.fc8. is in development folder.
Shall it resolve my issue??? and what about pushing also in testing for F7??

-- 
Antonio Montagnani
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