I've got a vibra 16 going under 2.0.36 RH standard kernel at home,...
I just installed RH, and I had isapnp working,
It is very important you use isapnp to initialise vibra cards and probably
the CS4236 also ... then load the modules after isapnp has done its work
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On Tue, 20 Apr 1999, Vincent Murphy wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 20, 1999 at 10:31:54AM +0100, John Kinsella wrote:
> > I append output from cat /dev/sndstat. You'll notice no audio support!
> > What gives?
> > Any tips?
>> perhaps you just don't have a /dev/audio or a /dev/dsp device. if you don't,
> (just do ls -l /dev), you can try 'cd /dev; ./MAKEDEV audio' and check the
> output of sndstat (or the equivalent in /proc; they're the same thing) and
> see if there's audio support.
>> BTW did anybody here get a SB ViBRA16 going? i can't get mine to work, it
> seems it only has two 8-bit DMA channels, as opposed to the single 8-bit and
> a single 16-bit channel it should have. i'm thinking of just forking out for
> an AWE32, but it'd cool if i could get the card i have to work.
>> -- Vincent Murphy | CompSci Undergrad, UCC | theDon at cs.ucc.ie | (086) 8397405
> "With a PC, I always felt limited by the software available.
> On Unix, I am limited only by my knowledge." --P J Schoenster
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