Re: ALSA on 2.6
Tom Allison <email@example.com> writes:
> Joris Huizer wrote:
>> Tom Allison wrote:
>>> How to I check if ALSA is actually working on my system?
>>> I have sound, but things like mplayer say that alsa can't be found.
>>> xine works fine, but I can't find anything in the xine menus to
>>> tell me what it's using for sound.
>>> Eventually I want to set up a TV card, but I need to go back and
>>> check off the basics. It looks like a lot of things did not get
>>> set up the way I had expected.
>>> I made an assumption that kernel 2.6 provided alsa without
>>> additional configuration other than loading the hardware drivers.
I had to compile each time the Kernel for my Soundblaster Live 5.1 card
>> Try alsaplayer
> liboss_out failed to load.
> Where is this?
> I couldn't find it in the /lib/modules directory.
Maybe you _need_ to compile a new kernel after all?
With the 2.6.x kernel it's not complicated anymore.
most likely you also need to install alsa-base ( some tools like alsamixer
and to store the settings alsactl are also very helpfull.)
Other then the above error there is nothing else?
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