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Re: Blinux-list digest, Vol 1 #1158 - 18 msgs



What type of card have you got.  I have used sndconf or whaterver it is called in RedHat and that works fine I've also used similar in SuSE and that is grand too.
The best suggestion I can give without knowing what card you have is to put your sound card type and version number into onto this list and maybe someone may also have a similar one and be able to advise you.
Also try the makers to see if they have a any suggestions for installing it on linux.

> From: "Kristoffer Gustafsson" <kristoffer gustafsson telia com>
> To: <blinux-list redhat com>
> Subject: linux sound
> Date: Mon, 23 Jun 2003 17:40:06 +0200
> Reply-To: blinux-list redhat com
> 
> hello!
> i have managed to fix my sound problem with linux using the open sound
> system.
> however, this is not a good sulution since i only have an evaluation time.
> when that has expired i need to have some another way to get my sound
> working.
> i have gotten the card working with the latest version of zipslack.
> i have also tried with yast in suse but without sucsess.
> both have recognised my card as a card from intel corporation.
> in zipslack there is no problem but in yast2 it says that an error has
> occured and it can't load.
> i shall make sure that alsa packages is installed and they are installed
> corectly.
> i try to run alsaconf but that doesn't work.
> it only suggests me to try ossfree instead.
> so i plan to try this instead.
> where can i download oss free?
> is it like the open sound system to use or how do i configure it?
> 
> is there any other easy to use sound driver for linux?
> 
> thanks in advance
> 
> kristoffer




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