Re: Problems with prebuilt kernel ALSA
How would I go about blacklisting discover?
On Fri, 01 Oct 2004 14:09:43 +0200, Andreas Janssen
> Ryan Waye (<firstname.lastname@example.org>) wrote:
> > After a short testing run of SuSE, I have decided to come back to
> > Debian (it is much faster and customizeable)
> > But for some reason my sound will not work.
> > I boot using linux26 to install, and everything goes smothely. I go
> > into gnome, and I attempt to adjust the volume, but there according to
> > the gnome-mixer there is no sound card. So I run lsmod and get the
> > following:
> > Module Size Used by
> > snd_via82xx 26660 0
> > snd_emu10k1 80904 0
> > via82cxxx_audio 26120 0
> > emu10k1 71684 0
> Hotplug or discover loaded the OSS drivers first. Update to the latest
> hotplug version, which blacklists the oss drivers automatically, and
> blacklist the OSS drivers for discover manually. Or remove discover, if
> you don't need it.
> > As you can see, the kernel has loaded modules for soundcore, sound and
> > both my Creative SB Live LS and my onboard Via audio chip. So I tried
> > installing alsa, even though it was apparent it was built into the
> > kernel, and get this:
> > apt-get install alsa
> > [no errors]
> alsa is a virtual package provided by alsa-base. Also install alsa-utils
> and alsa-oss, it they are not already installed.
> > alsaconf
> > [detects and configures card correctly]
> > then after exiting alsaconf I get this
> > Running update-modules...
> > Loading driver...
> > Restoring ALSA mixer settings ... failed:
> > You may want to run 'alsactl restore' manually to view any
> > errors.
> > Setting default volumes...
> The card cannot be found because the ALSA drivers cannot claim it. You
> have to make sure that the OSS drivers are not loaded. Also
> remove /etc/modprobe.conf. Make sure you have /etc/modprobe.d/sound
> with alias entries for your cards.
> best regards
> Andreas Janssen
> Andreas Janssen <email@example.com>
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