Re: configuring sound (easy?)
> | I'm running 2.0.36 on i386, and have a SoundBlaster AWE 64 plugged into
> | it, which is unconfigured.
> If you can't figure things out from the HOWTOs (Marcus Brinkmann has
> written a fine SB 32 HOWTO) I'm sure there are plenty of people on
> this list who have a working SB AWE 64 (me included :-) and can help you.
I also have a SB-64 (ISA) which is unconfigured. I've read Marcus' HOWTO
and the only thing I can get my SB to do is to emit a high-pitched,
What I'm sort of lost on is the driver issue (I didn't see that in the
HOWTO). I'm running a customized Debian kernel and I loaded the SB-64 driver
that is also a *.deb. I installed that, set my SB-64 settings in "make
menuconfig" (those settings are about as clear as mud; exactly which ones do
we need?) but only get the above results. This is an area where configuration
is a big problem. Any pointers/help would be greatly appreciated.
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