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Re: how do i get sound working?

Do a cat /proc/pci and look for the lines relating to your sound
device. If you see things like:

Multimedia audio controller: Ensoniq ES1371 (rev 6)

Or so forth, then what you need is to compile a kernel with the ES1371
driver from the sound section. Ensoniq ES1371 == Creative PCI64 in a lot
of cases, including mine.

If this is not the case, whatever is written in /proc/pci in regards to
your sound device will at least give you a good starting point.

 Corey J. Popelier

On 14 Jul 2000, Bob wrote:

> alright i've read the sound-how-to but it didn't help me. my sound card is a
> "Creative Labs Audio PCI 64V".  im not sure what sound driver i should be
> using or how to set the irq, I/o port, and DMA settings... running pnpdump
> does nothing.  
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