alsaconf: No supported PnP or PCI card found, sound works?!
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I think not, but i ask anyway : is sound hdmi ?
Maybe some integrated chipsets are not yet recognized by alsaconf, but are by the kernel's module.
So you have sound ^^.
I am not sure whether sound is hdmi or not. How can I check it? I tried with custom kernels compiled with the snd-hda-codec-hdmi built as a module and not built at all. No difference. I also remember very well that before upgrading to the 2.6.37 kernel, alsaconf woked with the 220.127.116.11 kernel, but now it works with neither of them. I have no idea at all what might have gone wrong. Interestingly, sound works and alsamixer has a full menu.
The Arch Wiki claims that alsaconf should not be run for modern sound cards.
All necessary modules should be detected and loaded automatically by udev. No special configuration is required unless an ISA card is being used. NEVER use alsaconf if you have a PCI or ISAPNP sound card, as the entries alsaconf adds to the modprobe.conf file might break udev's autodetection.