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Re: sblive,'n debian, one more time...



* Marcus Johansson (Marcus.Johansson@sth.frontec.se) [990730 04:27]:
> 
> > reboot or anything.  then I switched to debain and tried to run the
> > install script again to re-install the sound drivers (after compiling
> > the proper kernel of course).  the script thought everything went
> > allright, but xmms (and mtv and anything else that wanted to use sound)
> > thought otherwise. 

If you're using stock debian, make sure the soundcore module is installed (from the drivers disk).  Then unpack the sblive tarball, choose the module of your choice (the 0.3 version includes modules for 2.0.37, 2.2.5 and 2.2.10, I believe) and copy it to /usr/lib/modules/2.x.x/misc/sblive.o

Then "insmod soundcore && insmod /usr/lib/modules/2.x.x/misc/sblive.o", where 2.x.x is the version of your kernel.

Keep in mind that, if you're using a different kernel version, you're SOL.

That's about as simple as I can make it...

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