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Old 04-17-2005, 08:23 AM   #1
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Module snd_ens 1371 not found.


Well, i was compiled the kernel 2.6.10, and when i boot from new kernel, it says:

Loading alsa kernel module
Module snd_ens 1371 not found.

What i do to solve that?
 
Old 04-17-2005, 09:45 AM   #2
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Probably nothing if you included support for your sound card in your kernel. Does sound work? If so then just ignore the messages - it's because in your last kernel the sound drivers were loaded as modules and in this kernel either you've not built the modules (because you've forgotten to) or you've not built the drivers as modules but straight into the kernel.
 
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Probably nothing if you included support for your sound card in your kernel. Does sound work? If so then just ignore the messages - it's because in your last kernel the sound drivers were loaded as modules and in this kernel either you've not built the modules (because you've forgotten to) or you've not built the drivers as modules but straight into the kernel.
My sound dont work.. and i use the same .conf of my last kernel, i installed the package of alsa driver - 2.6.10 and dont work

How i compile these module?
 
Old 04-17-2005, 10:55 AM   #4
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Alsa is part of the 2.6 kernel, you don't need external stuff (AFAIK). Go back to the kernel source directory, do make gconfig and find the necessary drivers for your card. Also remember to enable ALSA if it isn't already then recompile your kernel. Actually, did you remember to do make modules and make modules_install?
 
Old 04-17-2005, 11:42 AM   #5
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Alsa is part of the 2.6 kernel, you don't need external stuff (AFAIK). Go back to the kernel source directory, do make gconfig and find the necessary drivers for your card. Also remember to enable ALSA if it isn't already then recompile your kernel. Actually, did you remember to do make modules and make modules_install?
Yes!
 
Old 04-17-2005, 02:25 PM   #6
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It is possible to only compile the modules you need without recompiling the entire kernel.

go back an configure the modules you need.

make SUBDIRS=/path/to/modules/ modules

then copy just the *.ko files to the right directorys in /lib/modules then run depmod -a as root.

If your a noob i'd suggest you recopile you whole kernel the above can be tricky.
 
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Wathever, this problem is solved.. i recompiled the kernel, the sound support as modules, then i compiled the alsa libs, utils & drivers.. thanks anyway
 
  


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