Re: gettting an awe64 to work in debian alpha
I'm not sure if this is the case at all. But if you made a pnpdump
and have configured your card somehow, then you have to remove that file
or remove the package "isapnptools" (if there's no other pnp card!).
On Sat, May 14, 2005 at 06:44:02PM -0500, Ted Goodridge, Jr. wrote:
> How do i turn off isapnp and try again?
> On Sat, 14 May 2005 20:20:09 +0200, Martin Langer <email@example.com>
> >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
> >>kernel compiling states you must use persistent buffers with an AWE64
> >>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.
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