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Re: [K12OSN] can't get sound on Dell GX1's using K12LTSP v 5

I'll be returning to my problem GX1s on Wednesday.  Thanks to all who've
responded.  It seems like some configuration of the CS4232 driver seems
to be indicated.

Anyone know why I received the "/dev/dsp folder not found" error
message?  There is no /dev/dsp directory off the main root, but there is
an /opt/ltsp/i386/dev/dsp folder.  The original CS4236 driver did seem
to be loading and gave a folder not found error while looking for dsp.

Jim Anderson
Cornerstone Residence
Safe Harbors of the Hudson

On Fri, 2007-04-06 at 14:43 -0300, Timothy Legge wrote:
> > Keep in mind that the GX1's are ancient. The only issue with the CS4236
> > is that it sits on the ISA bus on the motherboard so the PCI scan done
> > by modern linux versions won't find the right settings.  If you supply
> > the module parameters it should still work.  There is probably some
> Yes, and that did work in older LTSP versions.  However, even though
> the sound server started and alsa seemed to recognize the card it just
> would not work.  I imagine given enough time and googling I would have
> found the answer but it comes down to time and money.  I had more
> money than time...
> > the module parameters it should still work.  There is probably some
> > pattern to the MAC address range on these boxes.  Is there a way to do a
> > setting in lts.conf that applies to a range instead of a specific address?
> I believe so, but you would need to read the LTSP docs...
> > And one great thing about Dell is that they make bios updates and other
> > downloads available forever.  The original GX1 bios had a problem with
> > PXE booting, but you can still get the update to fix it.
> That is true, and I was able to take advantage of that as well.  But
> one of the things that I dislike about the older (and maybe newer)
> dells is that the BIOS is mostly informational.  In order to access
> any of the deeper things I forget what they are at the moment) it
> requires a dos floppy and a floppy from Dell.
> That is fine, but finding the floppy that you made last time is an annoyance...
> Tim
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