Colin Kupris <C.Kupris@xxx.xxx.xxx> writes: > hi > > I have recently compiled myself a 2.6.0 kernel which is working very > nicely apart from one small thing which is an issue with the sound > card. For ages i was trying to get the sound card to work with the ALSA > drivers, the sound card btw is onboard and is based on the via82cxxx > chipset, pretty bog standard i believe, anyway i couldnt get it to work > using ALSA so i enabled OSS in the kernel and no it works. When trying > to us the ALSA drivers i was getting and error message every time i > booted along the lines of /dev/dsp cannot be found. That sounds about right... Run lsmod, see if there are modules along the lines of snd-something loaded, if so, look for one matching your soundcard. ALSA uses a different way of accessing sound devices to OSS, so if you want a /dev/dsp, you need to additionally load snd-pcm-oss and snd-mixer-oss. As an example, these are the modules I have loaded: snd-pcm-oss 39620 1 (autoclean) snd-mixer-oss 13808 0 (autoclean) [snd-pcm-oss] snd-ens1371 12716 1 snd-pcm 66912 0 [snd-pcm-oss snd-ens1371] snd-page-alloc 6996 0 [snd-pcm] snd-timer 16036 0 [snd-pcm] snd-rawmidi 14688 0 [snd-ens1371] snd-seq-device 4388 0 [snd-rawmidi] snd-ac97-codec 43352 0 [snd-ens1371] snd 35940 0 [snd-pcm-oss snd-mixer-oss snd-ens1371\ snd-pcm snd-timer snd-rawmidi snd-seq-device snd-ac97-codec] soundcore 4388 6 [snd] One caveat, I'm still on 2.4.23, but I believe ALSA is the same. OK, -- Andrew Aylett | www.aylett.co.uk | 1.79 x 10^12 furlongs per fortnight... firstname.lastname@example.org | answer==42 | -- it's not just a good idea, it's the law!
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