Quote:>My computer comes with an Avance Logic ALS100 sound card, i was
>wondering if it is possible to set it up under linux, or if i should go
>out and buy a sound blaster. I know all the settings like irq, dma, etc.
The ALS100 chip is a decent SB16 clone. Configure the driver just
as you would do for a real SB16; mine is at i/o 0x220, irq 5, dma 1,
dma16 5, mpu_io 0x330, and the opl3 is at i/o 0x388.
If you use a recent 2.1.xxx kernel, or Alan Cox' modular sound patch
for 2.0.3x, the card will be identified as ALS100 in /dev/sndstat.
Some people may need to initialize their card, either warm-booting
via Win95 or using isapnptools. I can't tell you how to do that
since my ASUS T2P4 BIOS does it all for me :-)
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