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Hey all, i recently installed Slackware Linux (10.0) on my computer, everything works great, except 1 thing: the audio.
I got a AC 97 sound card (integrated, my MoBo is an MSI KM4M), i did everything to get it to work, and no luck.
So please, if you know how to get it to work, it will be greatly appreciated.
Have you got ALSA installed? Because your sound card is quite common and works well
in Linux. You have to have installed alsa-base and alsa-utils.
Once installed, run 'alsaconf', as root.
Once your card is detected, and you have the 'enjoy' message, finish with :
'alsactl store', to save your settings and not have to do that at each reboot.