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Re: this is why I hate changing Fedora versions

On Saturday 20 June 2009 03:16:28 pm stan wrote:
> On Sat, 20 Jun 2009 14:37:18 -0700
> Dave Stevens <geek uniserve com> wrote:
> > Apart from Ubuntu, does anyone have a suggestion where else I can
> > look to get things working? The system _thinks_ it's working, kplayer
> > chugs through Sweet Home Chicago just as if it was doing something
> > useful, but no tune.
> >
> > Dave
> The script below will tell you about the sound configuration of your
> system. If you run with the --noupload option, it will put the
> information on your local system, else it will upload to a website
> and give you a link.  It might show you what is wrong.  And if it
> doesn't, you could post the link here so people can see what your
> system configuration is as well.
> http://www.alsa-project.org/alsa-info.sh
> Yes, Madame alsa-info will tell you all.  Does your new video card have
> a sound device in it?  Has it displaced your Ensoniq as default
> device?  Do you have a modprobe.conf?  Is it setting your Ensoniq as
> device 0?  If run as root, Madame will show you even deeper secrets
> about your hardware. She sees all, she tells all. Only $20 and your
> first born.

thanks for your suggestions, I'll try Madame. I don't yet have the new video 
card installed, I wanted to start with something that I know works, even if 
it, like me, is showing its age a little.


Canada must refuse to be entangled in any more wars fought to make the world 
safe for capitalism.

-- The Regina Manifesto, 1933

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