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Iīm having a little problem with my soundcard. I have an Athlon XP 1700+ cpu with a VIA 8233 onboard soundcard. The problem is: the alsa driver detects my sound card and when I turn things on with alsamixer and save it with alsactl store the system says the soundcard is there, but I canīt get any sound from my speakers!!!
the avatar :you should check file permission of /dev/dsp* /dev/mixer*
what do you mean with alsadriver detected your sound card? did you run alsaconf? Eu aconselho que voce rode.... ; )
rsamurti: the point is under kde the sound server runs to everybod - root and mortal users. this is called Arts.
when you talk about gnome i don't know how it works for non root users. what i advice is: check if there is a sound server running only for root... maybe..