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Re: Onboard Intel modem


No, I use alsa (+esd) for sound. Can you provide your 
`lspci | grep -i modem`? 
BTW, have you made any kind of special setup for all this stuff to work?
I mean is modprobe.d/alsa written by alsaconf enough to work properly?

After modprobing I hear some kind of click and sound stops.

On Fri, May 20, 2005 at 10:13:33PM +0200, Zsolt Rizsanyi wrote:
> On Friday 20 May 2005 21.08, Alexander A. Vlasov wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I have a onboard intel modem on my notebook
>> 0000:00:1f.6 Modem: Intel Corp. 82801DB/DBL/DBM (ICH4/ICH4-L/ICH4-M)
>> AC'97 Modem Controller (re 03)
>> Looks like it's a soft-modem. I apt-cache search'ed 'intel modem' and
>> found sl-modem-daemon. Description speaks about snd_intel8x0m module,
>> but when I modprobing it, sound stops working. No error messages,
>> nothing -- sound just disappearing.
>> BTW, hotplug wants to insert this module at boot time, so I blacklisted
>> it 8(
>> Any ideas -- how can I get both sound and modem working? Thanks in
>> advance.
> snd_intel8x0m is part of ALSA. If you are using OSS for sound then that may 
> be the reason that you lose the sound when you load the module.
> Try using ALSA for sound. I works for me (and I don't lose sound when I 
> load that module).
> Regards,
> Zsolt

 Alexander A. Vlasov
 Debian GNU/Linux user
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