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Re: Sndconfig, does it have to go?



On Tue, Jul 22, 2003 at 10:56:59PM -0400, Benjamin Vander Jagt wrote:
> On Tue, 2003-07-22 at 22:36, Jack Bowling wrote:
> > ** Reply to message from Benjamin Vander Jagt <benjaminvanderjagt adelphia net> on Tue, 22 Jul 2003 21:37:45 -0400
> > 
> > > Is there any particular problem with sndconfig?  I and some of my
> > > customers use older ('96) sound cards, like the Turtle Beach Tropez+. 
> > > No plug-and-play configuration has ever set it up right, and most just
> > > lock up.  (In fact, I have *never* gotten the MIDI on these CS4232-based
> > > cards to work.)
> > 
> > Uh huh. Old issue. I bitched about RH nuking sndconfig in RH9 to no avail. But to make matters interesting, I ran config-soundcard after the Severn install last night and the same thing happened - "no soundcards found". But then after a couple of reboots, I opened up /etc/modules.conf and there was my old Crystal card ready to go with the modules defined. I suspect kudzu found it on one of the reboots and did the right thing. Either that or config-soundcard's error output needs adjusting.
> > 
> > jb
> 
> You have a Crystal too, eh..  I'm curious.  Would you happen to have one
> of these marvelous TB Tropez+ cards?

No sir. It is some gawd-awful cs1878 thingy that came as part of my
aging Dell Optiplex 300Gxa.

-- 
Jack Bowling
mailto: jbinpg shaw ca




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