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Old 03-08-2012, 05:36 AM   #1
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Hay fellow linux friends, i need some help im new :(


Hay well

bet this topics been covered to death on internet.

I'll start any way.

I use puppy linux, cute but brutal.

I would like to setup my (audio-sound-sound card) towards puppy linux but she seems so unfriendly. i tried wizard guide no luck (alsa) sound wizard even command lined it:alsaconf..... no luck. error no (pnp or pci supported)

My second question is: how do i unmount files? NOT FROM DISK

Ive downloaded like winrar for example or something like program torrent "vuze" also tried installing it.

So far it stacks it's self in pup-zip, unsure where file goes though as it just lists files as information rather then exe.

Is command line needed install them? unsure with gui or cmdl

Well it's raw certainly not friendly compared windows, but hay can't complain it's free but do like the network configuration so easy setup compared to last linux i installed years ago non-existent

Any help would be extremely grateful as if queen was shaking ya hand lol.

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Old 03-08-2012, 06:41 AM   #2
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Well it's raw certainly not friendly compared windows, but hay can't complain it's free but do like the network configuration so easy setup compared to last linux i installed years ago non-existent
If there is no particular reason or no inhibition to use other distros I would recommend you an easier one download, burn and install linux mint here.

It appears that you need to install modules for your sound card; but this is usually automatic install with linux mint.

Good luck.
 
Old 03-08-2012, 07:04 AM   #3
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In case it is hardware driver related from terminal as root use command

Code:
lspci
and post results.
 
Old 03-09-2012, 02:13 AM   #4
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If there is no particular reason or no inhibition to use other distros I would recommend you an easier one download, burn and install linux mint here.

It appears that you need to install modules for your sound card; but this is usually automatic install with linux mint.

Good luck.
What's the purpose puppy linux. seems like backdoor for those who have slow pc's or need establishing internest and so forth.

But why not ubantu over linux mint. jees there's alos linux my poor eyes pop out.
 
  


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