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Alf829 08-08-2003 08:29 AM

confused about sound in linux
Hi all,

I still haven't got my sound to work yet, but that's another story. What I'm getting confused about is do you have to install a sound card for each type of user on the linux system?

Because I installed the sound drivers under root login, then when I go to log in as a normal user, modprobe gives me errors saying it can't find service-1-0, which is supposed to be for card #1 correct?

I would really be grateful if someone could clear this up for me.

Thanks in advance,

TheOneAndOnlySM 08-08-2003 09:20 AM

try doing a "su -" command first and then do the modprobe command

bigjohn 08-08-2003 01:14 PM

Yeah, I don't think that you can do "modprobe" except as root (well I can't on my sys!).



Alf829 08-09-2003 09:32 AM


Sorry if I wasn't clear before, but I installed the drivers under the root user (by logging in as root at login time) and modprobe went ok.

But when I login as a normal user, the dmesg log shows a message saying "modprobe: can't find service-1-0" or something similar. I'm not trying to modprobe anything under a normal user account, this is what the startup log is showing.

Thanks for your help on this matter though.


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