On Mon, Jan 10, 2000 at 02:43:28PM +0000 David Neary wrote:
>> Sounds kind of like it, alright. Would linking audio.au and audio in dev
> be enough to fix that? As to the chipset, AFAIK all of the Creative PCI
> cards have Ensoniq chips on them, and I'm 99% sure that the chip on the
> SB16 PCI is an es1371... there again, I could be wrong.
Yeah, you're probably right, so in your kernel config you have the ES1371
option selected? I've said no to this and have 'OSS Sound Modules' and
'Sound Blaster Compatibles' compiled as modules. You might give that a
try (you'll need to do that anyway to compile the sound, soundcore etc.
> Or how do I have
> sox acting as a pipe for every sound, if that's what needs doing?
Sounds messy (read: I don't know how to do it :-) ), but I'd leave it as a
>> The only module I've got in there is the ensoniq one...should I try insmod
> sound, insmod soundcore, or would that do anything useful?
Yeah, for some reason they don't work with insmod, but they
do with modprobe (possibly because modprobe uses /etc/conf.modules
and insmod doesn't?). My /etc/conf.modules was written by sndconfig,
so you should probably run that again after compiling them.
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