I used to have an Opti (9631 AFAIR) ISA sound card which was detected fine by
sndconfig. Which one are you having trouble setting up. I'd imagine the
Creative on isn't giving any trouble as they're well supported. Are the cards
ISA or PCI. If they're ISA cards then make sure you have set their IRQ and I/O
addresses to be different. Most ISA sound cards come as IRQ 5 by default,
which you could change with a jumper on board.
Hope this helps somewhat,
On 25-Apr-01 hrishy samant wrote:
hi linux greats
how can i make linux recognize both of my sound cards
i have the following config
sndcards :opti and creative
if i use sndconfig i can recognize onely one not both
of them at the same time.
Paul Askins <:)
Email: Paul Askins <paul.askins at adbvdesign.analog.com>
Date: 25-Apr-01, 09:21:36
Funny, I don't remember being absent-minded . . .
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