On Thu, May 09, 2002 at 01:38:04PM +0200, Pathologist wrote:
> I have a Toshiba 5000-104 and a Debian 3.0, but I have no sound !!!!
What does lspci say the sound chipset is?
IF it's supported by ALSA (and many are) --
THEN you can apt-get install the alsa-modules-* (where * is a kernel
version that's got packaged alsa modules... e.g. 2.4.16-586)
...and apt-get install alsaconf
...and apt-get install alsaplayer-alsa
...and apt-get install alsa-utils
Through dependencies, that'll probably get everything else you'd need.
IF it's not supported by ALSA then come back to us with more details
about the sound chip and we'll see if we can figure out something --
you could still try native kernel drivers, and OSS modules.
* Heather Stern * star@ many places...
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