Gene Heskett sends Greetings to cjh ;
My modules.conf, or whatever file installs the emu10k_3b driver, has an
option line on the next line giving it a -f. That is supposed to work
for all kernels 2.2.5 and up in the 2.2.x series. Its worked ok with
the 2.2.9, 2.2.10 , and the 2.2.10-ac12 kernels here.
Quote:> There's a driver on Creative's developer site, but I couldn't get it
> to work with RH6. It said it was the wrong kernel version, but it
> does support
> 2.2.5. I just put a cheap Ensoniq in there till someone writes a
> better driver.
It does seem to need help, it occasionally stumbles for a few
milliseconds here, and even the right kernel version does it.
I get the impression its a DMA or IRQ conflict of some sort.
>> Hi People,
>> I recently installed Linux 6.0, and have been getting along
>> with it
>> relatively nicely with one major exception. I can't get any sound.
>> I can't even find where to add a sound card driver or change
>> settings. My computer has a Sound Blaster Live (Value) card on it.
>> It wasn't listed on Linux's compatibility list, but c'mon... its
>> Sound Blaster... I thought for sure some one would have a driver
>> for Live! or that at least one of the sound blaster drivers would
>> My question is... how do I install a driver for my Sound Blaster,
>> and where do I find one for Live! if it exists. Has anyone else
>> tried to use Live! with linux?
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