This one time, at band camp, Matt Price said: > Hey there ewveryone, > > well, I did as Seneca suggested, but sndconfig doesn't seem to work for > me. I think maybe it keeps looking for an obsolete module called > sound-s\lot-0 -- anyway, I don't seem to have that module in the kernel > source for my kernel (2.4.18). In any case, I tried modprobe > via82cxxx_audio and didn't have any luck. If thel inux sound drivers > don't support my card, do you think alsa might? or free oss? > > anyway, still hoping htis might work out. thanks, > matt sound-slot-0 and other things like that are a sort of generic name that many applications use to acces your hardware, not the kernel level interface or module name. What happens when you modprobe via82cxxx_audio? Do you get errors, or do you get no feedback at all? If you don't get error messages back, that's a good thing - Linux is fairly terse, and no news is good news. As for sound-slot-0 and whatnot, you need to associate them with a module (after you figure out which module (^8 ) by making a file under /etc/modutils (I usually name it after the module I am working with, or the type of thing, e.g., sound, video, whatever) like this: steve:~$ cat /etc/modutils/cs4232 alias sound-slot-0 cs4232 alias sound-slot-1 cs4232 alias sound-service-0-0 cs4232 alias sound-service-1-0 cs4232 alias sound-service-0-3 cs4232 If you watch /var/log/messages or /var/log/syslog, it will usually complain "Can't find service xxxx" which you can then alias as above. Just remember to run update-modules as root afterwards. HTH, Steve -- Speak softly and carry a +6 two-handed sword.
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