FC 5 sound and Airport Extreme problems
bmobile40 at bellsouth.net
Thu Jul 13 02:38:52 UTC 2006
I didn't have any trouble with FC5 seeing my airport
card, but my machine is a G3 12 inch Ibook. I'm having the same problem
with sound though, and no one has responded to my question about sound
either. I would rather run Fedora. I like the look and feel of it, plus
it runs great. The thing is, I have to have sound. I had no trouble with
sound or anything using the PPC version of the Ubuntu distro,but I
thought I'd give Fedora another chance. Sadly re-installing didn't fix
the problem. Currently I'm installing Suse 10.1 for PPC. I thought I'd
give it a try. If it doesn't work, I guess I'm stuck running Ubuntu, and
hope that the problem gets fixed in FC6. Currently I'm running FC5 on my
Dell Poweredge server, and it runs great. So far the Dell server hasn't
burst into flames.
Good Luck, and if you find a fix for the sound problem I'd
appreciate it, if you'd let me know.
On Wed, 2006-07-12 at 16:29 -0700, Matt Beals wrote:
> I cannot get my Airport Extreme card to work or the sound. Are there any
> links for downloading drivers. I can't seem to find any when I do a
> Google search.
> By the way, earlier I had posted a question about putting FC5 on a
> PowerBook with Mac OS X 10.4.7. I successfully installed it. All I did
> was backup the PowerBook to my FireWire drive, repartitioned putting Mac
> OS X on the first 60 odd gigs and a free space volume of 12 gigs. Once
> OS X was restored I installed FC5 with the auto partitioning in the
> remaining free space. Once it was installed I restarted and held down
> the option key which brought up the boot loader (My Mac did this before
> I ever installed Fedora) and I chose to boot off the Linux partition. It
> had a little HD icon with Tux in the lower right corner.
> Now when I need to reboot I hold down the option key and choose where I
> want to go.
> The self updating mechanism works great, I'm really beginning to
> appreciate FC5.
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