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RE: ALSA & CS4235



Michael Schwendt wrote:
 
>On Mon, 16 Feb 2004 14:54:19 +0200, Fred New wrote:

>> Can someone tell me how to configure my (ancient, onboard, ISA) CS4235
>> sound device?  Under FC1 using sndconfig, this used the cs4232 driver,
>> but the ALSA documentation indicates that I want the cs4236 driver.  All
>> of my attempts with "modprobe snd-cs4236" have resulted in "device not
>> detected" (or something like that).

>First post the output of "lsmod".

Module                  Size  Used by
ide_cd                 39812  0
cdrom                  37276  1 ide_cd
snd_mixer_oss          19072  0
snd                    57828  1 snd_mixer_oss
soundcore              10720  1 snd
md5                     4224  1
ipv6                  262400  8
lp                     12652  0
autofs                 16512  0
ipt_REJECT              6528  1
ipt_state               1920  3
ip_conntrack           30384  1 ipt_state
iptable_filter          2816  1
ip_tables              17280  3 ipt_REJECT,ipt_state,iptable_filter
e100                   74888  0
ohci1394               41860  0
ieee1394              284464  1 ohci1394
floppy                 65712  0
sg                     36768  0
scsi_mod              124600  1 sg
parport_pc             38444  0
parport                48488  2 lp,parport_pc
microcode               7200  0
uhci_hcd               43024  0
usbcore               114908  3 uhci_hcd
ext3                  128296  3
jbd                    86040  1 ext3


>Run "system-config-soundcard", and file a bug about that one if it fails.

# system-config-soundcard
 
(system-config-soundcard.py:1881): Gdk-WARNING **: DESKTOP_STARTUP_ID contains invalid UTF-8
 
** (system-config-soundcard.py:1881): WARNING **: `GtkTextSearchFlags' is not an enum type

(The message window reports, "No soundcards were detected.")

> Also check what "kudzu -p --class=AUDIO" returns. Could be misdetection there, too.

This doesn't display any messages at all; I get another prompt after a brief pause.

Yes, I'm sure there is a soundcard there and it was working in FC1.

Fred


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