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Re: no sound



well first you'll/we'll want to know what kind of soundcard you have,
and how much it's recognized by the kernel as a device.  what does running
lspci say?  it may just be that you need to pass specific options to the
kernel, or that you need to have a specially compiled kernel to support it
(both are relatively easy to do if you know exactly what you want).


	sean

On Mon, Dec 16, 2002 at 06:42:13PM -0600, Chris Burns wrote:
> hi,
> 
> I installed the most recent stable version of Woody, and my soundcard is not
> recognized at all.  It's like i dotn' even have one.  No sound at all for
> anything.  When i installed Woody, i attempted to add the driver modules
> that appeared to best match my card (SoundBlaster Live) and it failed to add
> them at install time.   What can i try next?
> 
> 
> Thanks,
> Chris~
> 
> 
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