I'm running red hat 7.1 with the default kernel, the ESS is a bit of a pain
From: Vincent Cunniffe [mailto:vincent at cunniffe.net]
Sent: 29 January 2002 13:50
To: Hunt, Bryan
Subject: Re: [ILUG] Extracting Kernel Config Info
Hunt, Bryan wrote:
> mines the 4000, i think the sound chip is ess or something ....
If you run the 'lspci' command, you get a list of all of the PCI
devices attached to ytour system, of which the sound chip will be
On the model 8000, the relevant line is :
02:03.0 Multimedia audio controller: ESS Technology ES1983S Maestro-3i PCI
Audio Accelerator (rev 10)
which is the Maestro 3 driver, as mentioned.
What do you have listed?
Also, what distribution and kernel are you running? Maestro-3 support
only came in late in the 2.4 tree, due to no support from the manufacturer.
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