On Wed, 9 Mar 2005 11:04:34 -0500, email@example.com (Lennart
On Wed, Mar 09, 2005 at 10:53:20AM -0500, Austin Denyer wrote:
OK, I added snd-intel8x0 to /etc/modules:
Make sure /dev/adsp* and friends exist. If they don't the snddevices
script in alsa-base /usr/share/alsa-base/snddevices will create all
the alsa device nodes if you run it.
Athlon64:/dev# ls adsp*
adsp adsp0 adsp1 adsp2 adsp3
Check /proc/asound/cards and see if it actually has recognized any
Athlon64:/proc/asound# cat cards
--- no soundcards ---
Aha! I'm betting that's the problem ;-D
Run lspci -n |grep 0401 and we can see what PCI ID the sound has and
maybe look that up in the driver sources to make sure this really is
the driver you should be using. On my nforce2 I see:
0000:00:05.0 0401: 10de:006b (rev a2)
0000:00:06.0 0401: 10de:006a (rev a1)
Which is the AC97 and the MCP devices (I believe the MCP is the DSP
the nforce and nforce2 have).
Athlon64:/proc/asound# lspci -n | grep 0401
0000:00:04.0 0401: 10de:0059 (rev a2)
I can check the driver in this case doing this:
modinfo snd-intel8x0|grep -i 10de|grep -i 006[ab]
So the snd-intel8x0 knows about pci vendor 000010DE device 0000006A
which matches 10de:006a. Most kernel drivers seem to have such
aliases to help out userspace module loading utilities and such.
Athlon64:/proc/asound# modinfo snd-intel8x0|grep -i 10de
So, it looks like the problem is that my sound card is not being
How would I get Debian to detect the sound card?
(Spoiled by sndconfig)