FC3 Final: no sound
jerone at gmail.com
Thu Nov 11 18:35:37 UTC 2004
I'm thinking udev could be this issue. I don't see how it doesn't work
though. None of the via82xx driver didn't change between rc1 & rc5 in
the kernel. If you must just go to alsa-project.org and download and
install the drivers from there (they will replace the current kernel
drivers). My take is that the Upgrade option from any test release
(rc2) is just going to give unneed headache. I keep my home and
directory on a seprate partions, backup need data.
On Thu, 11 Nov 2004 19:13:50 +0100, Arangel Angov <ufo at linux.net.mk> wrote:
> Kim Lux wrote:
> >Arangel: I wouldn't re install Linux. Someone gave me the upgrade
> >excuse when I had a sound problem. I re installed and it didn't make
> >any difference.
> >I had a sound problem with a laptop with an intel-8x0m device.
> >I added snd-intel8x0m to /etc/hotplug/blacklist and rebooted.
> Tried this too. No result. Still no sound.
> >I went to the KDE->ControlCenter->Sound & Multimedia-> Sound System-
> I don't use KDE, but that's irrelevant, the thing is, I don't understand
> how it could work on fc3rc1 with the same module and not work on fc3
> final. :0
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