Hi folks, hope you can help:
I have an IBM Aptiva P200, which I want to convert to Linux PC. According
to all the IBM specs he audio controller is a Crystal 4237B. All the
drivers were 4232.
When I installed Linux, the install wouldn't autodetect the soundcard,
although it is apparently support. Attempting to add it using the package
manager, resulted in a message telling me that the AD1848 driver had to be
installed (which it did ok). After that attempting to add the Crystal 4232
gets me only a cryptic "failed loading module" message.
Caldera support suggested I should check out ISAPNP but after reading the
HowTo for it and PnPDump, I'm no further ahead.
I'm also wondering whether I should try to install the ALSA drivers instead.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.