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Re: is the Creative Labs AWE64 GOLD Soundcard supported?

>> On Tue, Oct 07, 1997 at 08:38:56PM +0300, liiwi@dlc.fi wrote:
>> > >> On Mon, 6 Oct 1997, Ed wrote:
>> > >> > $30.  30 dollars, US, I tell you.  If you read the fine print at 4front,
>> > >> > you will find a 10 dollar surcharge for AWE 32/64 support.
>> > >> 
>> > >> Let me say that the awe driver package works just fine with a SB AWE32.
>> > >> Don`t know about the 64 yet. Any people tried?
>> > 
>> >  I have an AWE 64 GOLD (ok, that's what reads on the box :)) and it works
>> >  fine with the awedrv made by Takashi Iwai. You can get it from:
>> >  "http://bahamut.mm.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~iwai/awedrv/";. And that's GPL'd.
>> Oh, and it is debianized. There are awe-* packages in sound (extra).
>> Just dpkg -i them, and then follow the instructions in my SB AWE HOWTO
>> coming soon :-)

 I know, I know. Last I checked it was v. 3.3 something, while the newest in
 'barbaric' format are 4. something. I couldn't get it working at the time (easily)
 and it was less than 5 minutes to apply the patches to my kernel,  and do couple
 make;make installs >/usr/local. Lazy me. 

 Hmm. I think I saw an AWE HOWTO somewhere a few weeks back. BTW, there's
 an SB-Awe64 mini-howto in the recent doc packages. How far are you writing?
 (I'd be more than glad to help, if I can.)

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