Sound Card

Sound Card

Post by Ned Harke » Fri, 29 Sep 2000 04:00:00



First you need to find out if your sound card is actually compatible with
your version of Linux...


Quote:> How to confiugre sound card for Pentium III i.e. for 810/810e chipset in
> Redhat Linux 6.2

 
 
 

Sound Card

Post by Shantan » Sat, 30 Sep 2000 04:00:00


How to confiugre sound card for Pentium III i.e. for 810/810e chipset in
Redhat Linux 6.2

 
 
 

Sound Card

Post by Steve Bradle » Sat, 30 Sep 2000 04:00:00



> First you need to find out if your sound card is actually compatible with
> your version of Linux...

Right.  Then read:
        http://www.linuxdoc.org/HOWTO/Sound-HOWTO.html
--
Steve Bradley

Registered Linux User#187404
(register at www.linuxcounter.org)
ICQ#92564221

 
 
 

Sound Card

Post by Mile Davidov » Sun, 01 Oct 2000 04:00:00


Try sndconfig


>First you need to find out if your sound card is actually compatible with
>your version of Linux...



>> How to confiugre sound card for Pentium III i.e. for 810/810e chipset in
>> Redhat Linux 6.2

--
 
 
 

Sound Card

Post by ILYA FINBER » Sun, 01 Oct 2000 04:00:00



> Try sndconfig


> >First you need to find out if your sound card is actually compatible with
> >your version of Linux...



> >> How to confiugre sound card for Pentium III i.e. for 810/810e chipset in
> >> Redhat Linux 6.2

> --

If your Sound Card Cost more than 10$ and if you have not builded it your self,
sndconfig will do the trick ;-)
LINUX RULES!!! (yes... i'm a linux frick)
 
 
 

Sound Card

Post by Powlo » Wed, 04 Oct 2000 04:00:00


Brilliant!

my questions answered without even asking.
actually, i don't have sndconfig (running debian).

i'll read the howto. any pointers on setting up sound on debian?

thanks people
-paulo




> > Try sndconfig

> > On Thu, 28 Sep 2000 22:48:37 -0400, Ned Harkey

> > >First you need to find out if your sound card is actually
compatible with
> > >your version of Linux...



> > >> How to confiugre sound card for Pentium III i.e. for 810/810e
chipset in
> > >> Redhat Linux 6.2

> > --

> If your Sound Card Cost more than 10$ and if you have not builded it
your self,
> sndconfig will do the trick ;-)
> LINUX RULES!!! (yes... i'm a linux frick)

--
___________________________
       http://powlow.com/
___________________________

Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/
Before you buy.

 
 
 

Sound Card

Post by Thomas Schonbor » Wed, 04 Oct 2000 04:00:00


Try the ALSA sound drivers. I have found the sndconfig isn't very useful
with newer soundcards.

--
Tom Schonborg
JPSS Inc. - Sandia National Laboratories Contractor
(505)844-5753
--
There are two major products that come out of Berkley: LSD and Unix.
We don't believe this to be a coincidence. -- Jeremy S. Anderson


> Brilliant!

> my questions answered without even asking.
> actually, i don't have sndconfig (running debian).

> i'll read the howto. any pointers on setting up sound on debian?

> thanks people
> -paulo




> > > Try sndconfig

> > > On Thu, 28 Sep 2000 22:48:37 -0400, Ned Harkey

> > > >First you need to find out if your sound card is actually
> compatible with
> > > >your version of Linux...



> > > >> How to confiugre sound card for Pentium III i.e. for 810/810e
> chipset in
> > > >> Redhat Linux 6.2

> > > --

> > If your Sound Card Cost more than 10$ and if you have not builded it
> your self,
> > sndconfig will do the trick ;-)
> > LINUX RULES!!! (yes... i'm a linux frick)

> --
> ___________________________
>        http://powlow.com/
> ___________________________

> Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/
> Before you buy.

 
 
 

Sound Card

Post by Powlo » Thu, 05 Oct 2000 04:00:00


okay. i can't actually find my sound card in the alsa supported list.
its an ESS Maestro-3i ES1983. sndconfig says its not supported.

what next?

-paulo



> --------------02F568AA02E50B4BAD364363
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
> Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit

> Try the ALSA sound drivers. I have found the sndconfig isn't very
useful
> with newer soundcards.

> --
> Tom Schonborg
> JPSS Inc. - Sandia National Laboratories Contractor
> (505)844-5753
> --
> There are two major products that come out of Berkley: LSD and Unix.
> We don't believe this to be a coincidence. -- Jeremy S. Anderson


> > Brilliant!

> > my questions answered without even asking.
> > actually, i don't have sndconfig (running debian).

> > i'll read the howto. any pointers on setting up sound on debian?

> > thanks people
> > -paulo




> > > > Try sndconfig

> > > > On Thu, 28 Sep 2000 22:48:37 -0400, Ned Harkey

> > > > >First you need to find out if your sound card is actually
> > compatible with
> > > > >your version of Linux...



> > > > >> How to confiugre sound card for Pentium III i.e. for 810/810e
> > chipset in
> > > > >> Redhat Linux 6.2

> > > > --

> > > If your Sound Card Cost more than 10$ and if you have not builded
it
> > your self,
> > > sndconfig will do the trick ;-)
> > > LINUX RULES!!! (yes... i'm a linux frick)

> > --
> > ___________________________
> >        http://powlow.com/
> > ___________________________

> > Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/
> > Before you buy.

> --------------02F568AA02E50B4BAD364363
> Content-Type: text/html; charset=us-ascii
> Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit

> <!doctype html public "-//w3c//dtd html 4.0 transitional//en">
> <html>
> Try the ALSA sound drivers. I have found the sndconfig isn't very
useful
> with newer soundcards.
> <pre>--&nbsp;
> Tom Schonborg
> JPSS Inc. - Sandia National Laboratories Contractor
> (505)844-5753
> --
> There are two major products that come out of Berkley: LSD and
Unix.&nbsp;
> We don't believe this to be a coincidence. -- Jeremy S. Anderson</pre>
> &nbsp;
> <p>&nbsp;
> <br>&nbsp;

> <blockquote TYPE=CITE>Brilliant!
> <p>my questions answered without even asking.
> <br>actually, i don't have sndconfig (running debian).
> <p>i'll read the howto. any pointers on setting up sound on debian?
> <p>thanks people
> <br>-paulo



> <br>>
> <br>> > Try sndconfig
> <br>> >
> <br>> > On Thu, 28 Sep 2000 22:48:37 -0400, Ned Harkey

> <br>> > >First you need to find out if your sound card is actually
> <br>compatible with
> <br>> > >your version of Linux...
> <br>> > >

> <br>> > ><a

- Show quoted text -

Quote:> <br>> > >> How to confiugre sound card for Pentium III i.e. for
810/810e
> <br>chipset in
> <br>> > >> Redhat Linux 6.2
> <br>> > >
> <br>> > >
> <br>> > >
> <br>> >
> <br>> > --
> <br>>
> <br>> If your Sound Card Cost more than 10$ and if you have not
builded
> it
> <br>your self,
> <br>> sndconfig will do the trick ;-)
> <br>> LINUX RULES!!! (yes... i'm a linux frick)
> <br>>
> <br>>
> <p>--
> <br>___________________________
> <br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; <a

href="http://powlow.com/">http://powlow.com/</a>
Quote:> <br>___________________________
> <p>Sent via Deja.com <a

href="http://www.deja.com/">http://www.deja.com/</a>

Quote:> <br>Before you buy.</blockquote>

> <br>&nbsp;</html>

> --------------02F568AA02E50B4BAD364363--

--
___________________________
       http://powlow.com/
___________________________

Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/
Before you buy.

 
 
 

1. Sound Card Help: ALSA driver, ESSOLO 1938 PCI Sound Card

I actually got pretty far into this, but can't make a peep come out of the
speakers (I just had a horrible thought - speakers are plugged in and turned
on).

Got ALSA Drivers, utilities, and library files, did standard configure, make,
make install for each.
In a console window under KDE, did the following:
1. insmod soundcore - got nothing back, so I assume that worked.
2. ran the snddevices script - it happily reported making a ton of devices.
3. Edited my etc/modules.conf to the following

alias net-pf-4 off
alias net-pf-5 off
alias char-major-116 snd
alias char-major-14 soundcore
alias snd-card-0 snd-card-es1938
alias sound-slot-0 snd-card-0

4. ran modprobe snd-card-es1938 - got nothing back, so I assume that worked as
well.

5. I tried a couple of the tools available under the "multimedia" option of the
KDE menu - none of them can access the output dev. I tried the chmod, still no
joy. When I run /utils/alsasound start, it reports that the driver is already
running. I postulate that may be so, but would like to confirm my hypothesis by
actually hearing something from the speakers. Any help would be appreciated.

Brian

2. [QUESTION}: simple news reader?

3. Possible Faqs on Sound cards <I have read the Sound card How 2>

4. Linking Templates in g++

5. 1024x768 VESA mode not working in 2.4.6

6. Sound: Replace beep with other sound thru pc speaker/sound card?

7. large IDE disk

8. ??: `cat sound.au >/dev/audio` Noisy After New Sound Card Installed??

9. Sound Player through Sound Card?

10. how to set up a sound blaster 16 sound card and a modem for dial-in

11. VIA 82C686 sound card - 16bit sound

12. Via8233 Onboard Sound Card (RE: [PATCH 2.4.20] Via 8233 Sound Support)