indeed. since 2.6 kernels, most distro's have it supplied by default.
But, it might be that you need to load that module manually.
you can supply it to the modules.conf / modprobe.conf (depending on the distro) file, so it loads it on boot.
And during a session you could do a modprobe or insmod emu10k1 on the console.
then check if it's assigned to the hardware by checking lsmod
then restart the sound daemon, to have it bond to the driver/hardware.
Last edited by teebones; 12-05-2010 at 01:53 PM.