Re: cs4232 soundcard
> On Sunday 12 November 2006 04:04, Mark Grieveson wrote:
> > Hello. I have an old IBM laptop (Thinkpad 770) and I'm trying to get
> > the soundcard working on it. I have run alsaconf, with the following
> > result:
> > FATAL: Error inserting snd-cs4232
> > (/lib/modules/2.6.17-2-486/updates/alsa/isa/cd423x/snd-cs4232.ko): no
> > such device. /usr/sbin/alsactl: save_state:1254: no soundcards found.
> > This is after it has stated that it found the soundcard, and was setting
> > it up. After giving me the above message, it mocks me be saying that
> > everything is set up, and telling me to enjoy my soundcard.
> > I'm using Debian Etch. I have also tried running alsaconf after
> > installing alsa-source with module-assistant. It also did not work.
On 12.11.06 16:00, David Baron wrote:
> I believe that there is NO ALSA support for this card. There is a recent
> OSS driver but we use ALSA.
I've got cs4236 in my home computer, and it is supported by OSS cs4232
driver, and by alsa. Also, 'locate cs423' shows me modules for cs4231,
cs4232 and cs4236 in 2.4.27 and 2.6.8 kernel.
However, I'd try manual inserting of different driver, maybe just the
detection is incorrect.
Mark, are you sure it's cs4232 card in your ThinkPad?
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