On 14-Aug-2000 oisin wrote:
> I'm trying to get my creative sound blaster PCI 128D card working in
> redhat 6.2, but I have no idea, any suggestions?
>okgoulding at eircom.net>
I find myself in the same situation. My shiny new Gateway
MB has built in audio. The sound chip is a Creative/Ensoniq
ES1371. I believe the same chip is used in the SB PCI 128.
It will play sounds without any problems, the mixer controls
all work properly, but I can't record anything.
I've tried upgrading to kernel 2.2.16 and re-compiling the
sound modules. I've tried the Alsa sound drivers, but so
far, nothing has worked!
I can't use my perfectly good Crystal sound card because there
aren't enough ISA slots in this machine.
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