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Old 12-31-2007, 12:43 AM   #16
SeanW
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I think I got it. I don't know what I truly did, but it works now. In Sound System in Control Center under the hardware tab I selected a different MIDI device and somehow the testsound worked, and so does everything else now. Strangely, I could of swore that I did that before. Perhaps its was a combo of things.

Thanks all.
 
Old 12-31-2007, 06:38 AM   #17
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Glad it's working, but I can't explain that either. Maybe it's something else you did, but changing the MIDI settings forced it to restart the sound server and activate your changes.

Still, let's not complain.
 
Old 12-31-2007, 11:24 AM   #18
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Quote:
Originally Posted by SeanW View Post
I tried the lspci command as root but it still says its an unrecognized command. I am using fedora 8 if that matters.
Fedora 8 does matter: you will find that /sbin/lspci works. The error says nothing more than that bash cannot find the command, i.e., it is not in its default path.
 
Old 01-08-2008, 04:52 PM   #19
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I have been using Fedora 8 without any problem on the sound system for a month more or less.

Some days ago I changed somethings on KDE and since then, I'm getting the same results you are describing.
I test successfully my sound card using KDE-->system-->soundcard detection but it fails with KDE Control Center. Moreover, it fails as soon as I connect my user.

Well, I'm not able to explain any reason but (yum)erasing some packages, everything work again.
These are the packages I have erased:
Quote:
ene 08 22:20:07 Erased: kdemultimedia-extras
ene 08 22:20:27 Erased: kdemultimedia
ene 08 22:20:36 Erased: kdemultimedia-extras-libs
ene 08 22:20:37 Erased: kdemultimedia-libs
I hope it will help to avoid the problem ... meanwhile
 
  


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