Re: sound woes with kernel 2.6.0 and 865 chipset
FWIW, Did you make clean before compiling the kernel? If you didn't
those errors could be a result of previously compiled code. OTOH if
you're an advanced enough user to want to compile your own kernel you
probably knew that.
On Fri, 2003-10-03 at 11:28, Schulman.Andrew@epamail.epa.gov wrote:
> I'm running kernel 2.6.0-test4 on my Abit IS7 mobo (Intel 865 chipset).
> I'm trying to get ALSA sound working, and I'm having a devil of a time
> of it.
> I have ALSA sound enabled in my kernel. Abit (and also Realtek, who
> make the integrated AC650 sound chip) offers an AC'97 codec module to be
> downloaded and installed. But I can't get the thing to compile; I get
> complaints about missing modversions.h. I can't run 'make dep' to make
> modversions.h now; I just get a message saying 'make dep' is deprecated.
> OTOH, some of my applications do make sound. E.g. I can get some test
> sounds out of KDE. But most of the time I get no sound, and my syslog
> is filled with error messages about 'module soundcore not found' --
> though lsmod shows me it's already inserted in the kernel.
> All of this is deeply confusing. I don't understand sound very well
> anyway, and this isn't helping. If anyone who has this same hardware
> and kernel could tell me how they got their sound working, I'd be