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Re: ALSA Config

Update: I unloaded alsa with the command: alsa unload. now i can't get it to resume as it doesn't load any modules. I think this info might help us find a solution. Outputs of commands
alsa unload:
debian:~# alsa unload
/usr/sbin/alsa: Warning: Processes using sound devices: 31575(wish8.5).
Unloading ALSA sound driver modules: snd-hda-intel snd-mixer-oss snd-pcm snd-timer snd-page-alloc (failed: modules still loaded: snd-hda-intel snd-mixer-oss snd-pcm snd-timer snd-page-alloc).
debian:~# alsa unload
Unloading ALSA sound driver modules: snd-hda-intel snd-mixer-oss snd-pcm snd-timer snd-page-alloc.
I left amsn running by mistake thats why it failed the first time.

alsa resume:
debian:~# alsa resume
debian:~# alsa resume
debian:~# alsa resume

As you can see its not loading anything. Hope this helps.

On Fri, Jan 2, 2009 at 8:41 PM, Dean Chester <dean.g.chester@googlemail.com> wrote:
There is.
dean@debian:/etc/rcS.d$ ls
README               S20module-init-tools      S40pcmciautils
S01glibc.sh          S25libdevmapper1.02       S43portmap
S02hostname.sh       S30checkfs.sh             S44nfs-common
S02mountkernfs.sh    S30procps                 S45mountnfs.sh
S03udev              S31hibernate              S46mountnfs-bootclean.sh
S04mountdevsubfs.sh  S34fuse                   S47lm-sensors
S05bootlogd          S35mountall.sh            S48console-screen.sh
S05keymap.sh         S36mountall-bootclean.sh  S50alsa-utils
S07hdparm            S36udev-mtab              S55bootmisc.sh
S08hwclockfirst.sh   S37mountoverflowtmp       S55urandom
S10checkroot.sh      S38pppd-dns               S65firestarter
S11hwclock.sh        S38resolvconf             S70x11-common
S12mtab.sh           S39ifupdown               S75sudo
S18ifupdown-clean    S40networking             S99stop-bootlogd-single

On Fri, Jan 2, 2009 at 5:37 PM, "J.Keßler" <webmaster@bananas-playground.net> wrote:

is there a *alsa-utils entry in /etc/rcS.d available ?

I'm not 100% sure but this can be it.


Dean Chester wrote:
> Hi,
> Everytime i boot in to debian(sid im running on a vostro 1400) i have
> to run alsaconfg. Is there anyway i can get rid of having to do this
> as it annoying.
> Dean

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