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Re: No Sound with kernel upgrade



On Saturday 03 September 2005 09:19, you wrote:
> bbales wrote:
> > On Friday 02 September 2005 17:28, you wrote:
> >>bbales wrote:
> >>>I am using FC3 and kernel 2.6.12-1.1376 and an Intel i82801 sound
> >>> chip and I can't get sound working.  Everything looks like it is
> >>> working, but no sound.
> >>>
> >>>xmms gives notice:
> >>>	Please check that your soundcard is configured properly
> >>>	You have the correct output plugin.
> >>>	No other program is blocking the sound card.
> >>>and then shows the xmms window with a very active audio band display.
> >>>
> >>>How does one configure a sound card?
> >>>
> >>>play <song.wav> gives
> >>>	sox: can't open output file '/dev/dsp': device or resource busy
> >>>
> >>>This can't hardly be true.  This was the first thing I did after
> >>> boot.
> >>>
> >>>I've looked at alsamixer, aumixer and amixer to be sure none is
> >>> muted.
> >>>
> >>>Since sound played before I updated from the 2.6.9 kernel, and it
> >>>still works with knoppix, I'm sure the hardware is OK.
> >>>
> >>>kudzu and /etc/sysconfig/hwconf indicate that the hardware has been
> >>>recognized and a driver  (snd-intel8x0) assigned.
> >>>
> >>>We no longer have sndconfig, although I don't know that it would help
> >>>here.
> >>>
> >>>Any suggestions would be appreciated,
> >>>bruce
> >>
> >>I had problems with my Intel sound card too. I had snd-intel8x0 and
> >>snd-intel8x0m loaded. After I blacklisted sndintel8x0m and restarted,
> >> my sound card worked.
> >>
> >>Hope this helps,
> >>Justin Willmert
> >
> > I find these files in /lib/modules/2.6.12-1.1376_FC3/kernel/sound/pci/
> > Not sure what "blacklist" means -- probably remove it.  Should I just
> > rename or erase the file in the directory above?
> > bruce
>
> "blacklist" means you tell Fedora to not load the module, no matter
> what. Add the following line into /etc/hotplug/blacklist and restart:
>
>      snd-intel8x0m
>
> That's it! If your problem is the same as mine, after you reboot, sound
> should be suddenly working!
>
> Hope this helps you,
> Justin

Thanks, Justin, but I took the file out and still no sound.  
bruce




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