Bug#361003: debian-installer: installer fails to configure sound in a way that works with KDE
On Saturday 08 April 2006 00:09, Joey Hess wrote:
> Peder Chr. =?UTF-8?Q?N=C3=B8rgaard ?= wrote:
> > I did install alsa-base and alsa-utils (which pulled in
> > linux-sound-base). That was not in itself enough - I also had to install
> > package discover - that was suggested by the alsa packages. (OK, it was
> > really an upgrade; debian-installer had installed package discover1, and
> > package discover is a newer version of that). After that, the udev did
> > create a /dev/dsp for me.
> Apparently udev is failing to load the correct alsa driver for your sound
> card on its own, and discover 2 happens to load the right driver. This
> is not a reason for us to install discover 2 by default along with udev;
> it is a reason to get udev or the kernel fixes so the right module is
> loaded by it. To do that you'll need to provide lspci and lspci -n
> information as well as dmesg output and info about what sound card
> module discover 2 loads (and possibly what unnucessary sound card module
> udev loads).
Thank for your answer; sorry that I have taken so long following up. I needed
to find a time slot to do a new full installation, still based on etch beta 2
installation disk, and without manually installing discover2.
I have now done that, and the problem, whatever it was, has completely
disappeared. My best guess is that it was a "udev" problem, and that the
development of the "udev" package has solved the problem at some time between
early April and now - eight versions has been issued in the interval.
So my suggestion is that this bug report should be closed. The bug was real
at the reporting time, but no more, and it has nothing to do with
thanks for your efforts
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