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Sorry for all the topics, but everyone has been very helpful with my Slackware problems =D
Okay... Earlier, my sound worked, then I tried to update to 2.6 kernal, which failed for some reason, Ill save that for another time, with all the problems I'm having now, I don't want to deal with updating the kernal at this point.
Okay, I'm getting no sound, and Kmix gives me no options... I got an error after starting up after trying to update my kernel, saying ... -_- something. I'm an ass for not paying attention and checking 'do not tell me again'....... xmms tells me to make sure my sound card is configured correctly. Can someone please help me. This should be my last topic for a couple days, seeing as this seems to be my last real problem with Slackware, and you all have helped fix them =D I really appreciate it.
Also... I have an E-Machines (yeah I know, thats the root of all my problems, I'm sure someone will tell me =b...) I have a t1220 and emachines.com tells me I have "AC '97 Audio", if that's any help.
The error message refuring to the 0 device is only telling you that slack can't find a configured device. E-machines.com is telling you to use the AC '97 Audio drivers as the driver for your card. You should at least compile it as a module or compile it into the kernel for support.