Re: ASUS mb & Debian
> Did you get your system working with Debian?
> I'm going to set up a friend's machine tomorrow with the same
> specs as yours. Looks like xserver-sis for video. It looks
> like sound is going to be a problem from what I've found on
> the net so far.
Yes except mouse, so I gave up. Now I have installed Slackware 8.0 and
it seems fine.
Stephen Jiang <email@example.com>
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, September 16, 2001 3:35 PM
Subject: ASUS mb & Debian
> >> > I have used ASUS's CUSI-M with SiS 630E chipset (all in one
> >> > board) on board VGA card with SiS 300 integrates a 2xAGP
> >> > on board LAN card with SiS 7016/7014 (10/100Mb) ethernet
> >> > on board SOUND card with Cmedia CMI 8738/PCI audio controller
> >> >
> >> OK if your using an SiS card you should more than likely install
> >> xserver-sis
> >> # apt-get install xserver-sis
> >> Then run XF86Setup and pick your SiS card. Backup you
> >> /etc/X11/XF86Config file first though so you can fall back on your
> >> config if the new one fails. You say you have X working but I
> >> would run a little nicer for you if you used the SiS driver. Worth
> >> try anyway.
> >I have tried to look my cd (Debian 2.2r0) but I cannot find
> >I am sure it is stored in Debian web site. Could you tell me how
> >download this driver through windows.
> >(I use Windows 2000 to connect to internet via LAN in office)
> >By the way, I have another question to ask:
> >Can more than one device share with one IRQ?
> >1. I have found my on board LAN adapter details (in Windows
> >Device Manager):
> >SiS 900 PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter
> >I/O: D400-D4FF, IRQ: 9
> >2. And on board SOUND adapter
> >C-Media CM8738 Audio
> >I/O: 9800-98FF, IRQ: 9, PCI Bus 0
> >3. MPU-401 Compatible MIDI Device
> >I/O: 0330-0331, IRQ: 9, on C-Media CM8738 Audio
> >I tried to change LAN adapter's IRQ from 9 to 11, but windows did
> >allow me to change to any IRQ. Well, it is another story.