burner & sound
I've got three problems.....
I've had a debian 2.2 system set up on a Dell Dimension XPS T450
With mostly no problems. When I installed the system I choose
the yamaha sound module, but although it said it installed
correctly, I'm now sure it was the wrong one. The sound chip in
this systems is a yamaha ds-xg...Does anyone know how to fix
this and get the sound to work correctly?
second, I installed an ide CD-Rom Burner. It's recognized by the
system, as /dev/hdc I can mount it, but xcdroast does not see it.
I read the how to, and attempted to install the ide-scsi emulator. I
see it start up on boot, but When I open xcdroast, it still does not
recognize the burner. How can I check to see what I did wrong,
and How do I fix it? I don't know if it matters, but I'm running
enlightenment as my window manager.
third...If I install a progam as root, how do I make it available to be
executed by others. For example, if I install star office as root, I
want to make it available to be used by user jondoe, How?