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Other operating systems have built-in support for some sound cards that Linux does not currently support.
Check with the alsa repository (http://www.alsa-project.org) for sound cards to find out if your's is supported, or check to see if there is a kernel module that you can acitvate.
There is no alsaconf on my system as well. Please help!
Search yum for any programs that include "alsa." The base alsa should already be installed, but if not, then the base alsa should do the trick.
You can also install whatever else it seems like you might need.