have a look at /etc/rc.d/init.d/sound
also, run sndconfig as root (it's in one of the sbin dirs, either
/usr/sbin/ or /sbin/ to configure the sound card)
PS. I don't agree with you about Gnome/E .. KDE is a bit more
stable/mature, but then again my prefered environment is Window Maker
and about a dozen RXVTs on different desktops..
Mark Page wrote:
>> Just changed over from SuSE 6.1 to RH and have to say Gnome/Enlightenment
> and in addition general ease of use is far superior.
>> Question is - I have to use OSSLinux for sound card purposes. With SuSE I
> used to be able to amend /sbin/init.d/boot.local to start soundon at
> boot time. This file doesn't seem to exist under RH. Where do you put your
> boot preferences?
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