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Or make sure the user has audio permission :-)


PS that was one persons issue at the IF.

On Monday 20 January 2003 03:05 pm, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> i see this as red hat's fault.  it's the infamous "dot-oh"
> syndrome. they should be releasing their dot-oh's as "beta"
> and simply not market them at all.
> another reason why the debian release system, which still has
> *some* faults, rocks so hard.
> btw, sound cards are usually not hard to set up.  if the
> auto-config ain't working, all you need to do is:
> 1. type lspci (assuming it's a pci sound card)
> 2. find the relevent line for the sound card chipset
> 3. google for the chipset name to find the kernel module name
> 4. load the proper kernel module in startup script
> if that doesn't work, there's an IRQ conflict (i've never seen
> a DMA or ioport conflict in my life).  even windows people
> know how to deal with IRQ conflicts by shuffling the cards
> around or tweaking BIOS.
> a bit of simplification, but not much of one...
> ah well.
> pete
> begin Richard S. Crawford <rscrawford@mossroot.com>
> > Today my friend BW informed me that he's ditching Linux for
> > good. Together we worked on updating his RH 7.2 installation
> > to RH 8.0, but he can't get his sound card recognized, and
> > he is having issues with Red Carpet.  So he's moving back to
> > Windows.
> >
> > Poor guy.
> >
> > RIP:  BW, Linux User: August 2001 - January 2003
> >
> > (Personally, I hope that this is just a hibernation period;
> > I went through the same thing awhile ago, and I'm all better
> > now.  I promise.)

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