| From: Niall O Broin <niall at linux.ie>
| Date: Mon, 7 Feb 2005 12:49:31 +0000
| On 7 Feb 2005, at 11:49, Dale Dunlea wrote:
| > I think you should press on and try and get the onboard soundcard
| > working. Once you get that done, I think you should email me and
| > tell me how you did it. I've been plagued with Via onboard AC97
| > cards under SuSE.
| What problems do you have? FWIW I've had VIA AC97 sound work fine
| in SuSE for at least the last several releases.
same here (with the caveat I am not 100% certain my on-board
sound card is VIA, but I _think_ it is). whilst I have had
sound problems, the cause has never lead to the soundcard or
the SuSE/SUSE handling of it. FWIW, using YaST/YaST2 to do
the configuration always been sufficient (AFAICR).
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