I've done this, and it works !
I compiled the 2.4.19 kernel with ACPI, and sound support, but without
selecting any sound card type.
Alsa-driver-0.9.0rc3 compiled without a problem
I now have sound
On Fri, Oct 18, 2002 at 09:37:28AM +0100, Stephane Dudzinski mentioned:
>> I reckon that you install ACPI on your laptop with a brand new kernel
> (yep, 2.4.19 will do), that's the only way i got sound working properly
> on my laptop, check out my page and go the the ACPI website.
>http://frlinux.net/english/vaio.php>> Basically, once you get acpi installed and booting, you should be able
> to install alsa properly, which distro do you use btw ? If you use
> gentoo, a simple : emerge alsa will do, otherwise on debian, use
> alsaconf but make sure you are using alsa 0.9x
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