Re: nforce kernel modules
On Tue, Aug 12, 2003 at 01:54:32AM +0200, Roberto Sanchez wrote:
> --- Johann Koenig <firstname.lastname@example.org> escribi?:
> > Are your channels muted? They are by default.
> Why is this, and how do you change it? I've noticed that the mixer
> settings on my machine never persist after a reboot (one has an
> nforce2 and the other a Yamaha 754). It is kind of annoying to have
> to reset the volumes after a boot up.
Chances are you don't have the alsa-utils package installed. It
provides alsactl which will automatically store and restore your mixer
settings if available (part of the alsa init script).
> I also get this message on boot (with a 2.6.0-test2 kernel):
> Starting ALSA (version 0.9.4): intel8x0-failed failed
> I also get a similar error on my laptop (with the Yamaha).
> Should I worry? I hear sound with no problem.
If you still get them after having alsa-utils installed, or if you
already have it install let us know.
> Also, I get this error when starting Audacity on the nforce2 machine:
> "There was an error initializing the audio I/O layer. You will not be
> able to play or record audio.
> Error: Host error."
> However, if I kill esd before starting Audacity I don't get the error.
> BTW, I've not had this error with 2.4.20 (with either the nvaudio or
> the ALSA i810). It seems particular to the new kernels. I also have
> no need (apparently) to kill esd on my laptop before using Audacity.
> Why is this?
Audacity can't get access to /dev/dsp because esd already has it.
Jamin W. Collins
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