Hi, I've this on my MB. Asus P4T533-r and it works great with the cmpci driver. mess-mate On Fri, 3 Jan 2003 17:31:13 +1100 "Davor Balder" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: | don't know if this applies to your chipset, but you might for the module | i810_audio or i810_codec or something like that. This supports several AC97 | compatible chipsets (I am using the sis7... something or other and it works, | but only at 48khz). | | -jason pepas | | Thanks Jason, | | I did not try your solution, but I will. So far I tried trident.o module as | well as the ones for CMI8738. I would think that CMI8738 might behave at | least similarly to CMI9738. | | Trident modules are supposed to work on chipset very similar to mine (I | believe they quote SiS 960, which is a South Bridge I think). lspci -n | returned address that was close. Close, but no cigar. | | When I get into KDE, /dev/dsp is not recognised. There was a patch for this | chipset that was not accepted into kernel, the argument was that driver | would be a better idea. Patch was for 2.4.18, which I use. I even tried | applying that patch - it was unsuccessful and kernel did not compile | properly after that. So, that is all I tried until now. | | Preliminary technical brief for this chip was created on the 18/6/2001, if I | can trust M$ Word Document Summary so the chipset was around for some time, | I guess. | | More work to do... | | | Davor | | | -- | To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to email@example.com | with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org | -- Computers are like air conditioners, they are useless when you open Windows.
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