ok, I could fixed the problems.
since it may be usefull to other people having troubles with sound, here is what I did:
The new ALSA release contains the Aureal drivers. So I downloaded the alsa-packages from freshrpms (kernel-module-alsa, alsa-utils, alsa-driver, alsa-lib).
Then I downloaded the alsa-tools-0.9.8.tar.bz2 (didnt find rpm) and ran the alsaconf
script in the utils directory. This will modify the /etc/modules.conf. Actually IT (=the script, not me
) makes a bakup from modules.conf and overwrites /etc/modules.conf with alsa-stuff only! So I had to copy the not alsa-related but still important stuff (like nic, graphics modules) from the backup-file back into to new /etc/modules.conf.
After rebooting (or depmod -d) I could play sound, but didn't get anything through my speakers. I used alsamixer
to enable mixer, cd playback and stuff. Then it worked.
Finally I added a group audio which owns all audio dev files, and added my users to that group.
Thanks to the guys @ #fedora irc, for pointing me into the right direction!