Well, nothing will detect a soundcard in any PCI slot, since theQuote:> So, I installed 7.1, and that was MUCH faster on my machine. The
> problem was, however, that it didn't detect my soundcard, like 7.2
> did. I figured it was no problem, and I ran the sndconfig. Anyway,
> that didn't work. sndconfig doesn't detect any card, and even if i
> specify all the irq's and stuff, it still says it doesn't detect a
> soundcard in any of the pci slots.
Instead of using sndconfig, try just manually loading the module, like
modprobe uart401 (may not be encessary)
modprobe sb irq=5 io=0x220 dma=1 dma16=5
Those values are what ISA soundblaster cards are almost always set to.
Try them, if they don't work, the acceptable values for dma are 0,1,3
while the acceptable values for dma16 are 5,6,7. The IRQ and I/O values
rarely change, because so many old DOS games relied on finding the card
at irq 5 and I/O 0x220.
Such confidence.Quote:> Any help would be greatly appreciated, if anyone knows what they're
> talking about.
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I'm having a devil of a time trying to get my Linksys WPC11 wireless
ethernet card to work on my laptop.
I have a laptop running RedHat 7.1, with kernel 2.4.2. I'd rather not have
to compile the kernel, since I'm a bit new at the Linux game and wary of
over-complicating life. When I boot my machine with the standard RedHat
laptop configuration, I get a message that says "wavelan_cs can't recognize
card vendor". All the other pcmcia functions are fine, and it's definitely
recognizing that a card is in the slot (provides power to it and detects the
Does anyone have any suggestions as to how I can get this to work?
Thanks in advance!