Re: AC97 sound with devfs and 2.4.6
Not sure on this one. Make sure your master volume
is not being set to zero. Also think you may find
some info on http://www.linuxnewbie.org/ and/or the
ALSA site (not sure of its URL). Newbie is where
I found the info to get me going sometime back.
( A google search got me there to start with. )
I built mine from the ALSA sources, and it sets
up different than Debian.
email@example.com (Mark Jaroski) writes:
> W. Paul Mills wrote:
> > What you are actually looking for is VT82C686
> > sound support.
> Thanks! That works better, but now alsaconf fails with the
> following notice:
> Loading driver:
> ALSA driver (version 0.9.0beta4) is already running.
> Setting the PCM volume to 100% and the Master output volume to
> amixer: Unable to find simple control '',0: Success
> Could not initialize the mixer, the card was probably
> not detected correctly.
> Then if I manually modprobe each of the aliases that alsaconf
> has made for me in /etc/modutils/alsa I can get it to the point
> that sound *appears* to work... that is apps no longer complain
> about a missing device, the devfs device tree appears to all be
> there... but.... still no actual sound.
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