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I think it's CMI8330. At least, that's what I downloaded to make it work on Windows! Anyway, I can play music on the internet, and it's playing radio and stuff fine. I reinstalled everything, and have the default fstab and /dev entries, which don't mean much to me, it has to be said.
Last edited by rachelkoncewicz; 05-19-2002 at 11:31 PM.
This is od becuase it sounds like a Linux related problem but he hears Linus talkin in sndconfig... The ONLY thing i can think of is what these guys are saying.. mixer panel. aumix under K > Multimedia > Sounds > *aumix* er something like that. it HAS to be.
In RH 7.2 it's under K -> Multimedia -> Sound Mixer
And as stated earlier if the green light under the picture of a CD isn't "on" click on it, and then change the settings for the volume, then in file click save settings as default if it's set and everything is working.
Yeah, the little green light is on, and all the volumes ar up as high as they'll go. I still can't hear anything though! The CD player reads the tracks fine, but I can't see what else to do. I guess the default values for everything are right.
There is one thing - when I ran sndconfig, I had to mess about with the random IRQs and things that come up to get it to play Linus, and it said there was something wrong with /dev/audio to start with. I haven't a clue what I changed to get it to work though, or what any of them mean...