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Re: Alsa breaks after kernel upgrade

alsaconf works great.  finds the device, says to have fun.

No sound.

On Thu, 2006-05-11 at 09:34 -1000, Javier-Elias Vasquez-Vivas wrote:
> On 5/11/06, John L Fjellstad <john-debian@fjellstad.org> wrote:
> > Chris Abajian <chris@abajian.net> writes:
> >
> > > Sound used to work fine.  Running Sarge distro kernel 2.6.8-2-386,
> > > Alsa was happy.  Life was good.  Sndstat said:
> >
> > <snip>
> > >
> > > Upgraded to new kernel,, built from source starting with
> > > old .config.  Everything looked good...
> >
> > Are you using udev?  If you are, did you upgrade your udev?
> I don't know what do you mean with crash.  But any time I update
> kernel and reboot with the new one, I need to run alsaconf again to
> set the right driver and modify the modules stuff (which is an easy
> proccess through alsaconf).  If I don't do this sound doesn't work.
> If you have tried this already, please disregard my comment.  If not,
> then it's an easy trial.  Now if this is the problem, I think there's
> no way to launch alsaconf on the kernel upgrade itself since a reboot
> is required to launch the new kernel, so I believe this has to be
> manually done, well if you experience this problem I do on any kernel
> upgrade.  This is independant of udev usage for me.  I had to do this
> in old hotplug times, and I have to do it in new udev times as well...
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