Re: gettting an awe64 to work in debian alpha
On Sat, May 14, 2005 at 12:00:21PM -0500, Ted Goodridge, Jr. wrote:
> PnP is working, and persistent buffers do matter...every howto ive seen on
> kernel compiling states you must use persistent buffers with an AWE64 card
> to get it to work. PNP detects the card and initilizes it fine.
ALSA wants to do the pnp init stuff. At least on my ALS-007 soundcard.
Just enabling pnp in the kernel is enough, then it is no longer busy I
guess. You don't need the isapnptools for ALSA soundcards.
Is ALSA compiled with option --with-isapnp ?
Please use modprobe (not insmod) for loading ALSA modules. This can
avoid a lot of trouble, too.