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Old 05-25-2001, 04:53 PM   #1
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hi guys, got a strange question here:

iīve got Suse 7.0 running on my machine, kernel 2.2-16, and i installed xfree86 4.0.3.

yast2 configured my sound card (sound blaster live), and everything works fine, i can listen to all audio formats, i can control my speakers with kmix etc.

Now the strnage part: when i change to the text console where i started x (ALT+F1), the message: "kmix: couldnīt write to mixer" is repeatedly printed to the screen. (all the time, even when kmix isnīt even running.) This error messsage only stops when i leave x. apart from this message, everything seems to work fine.


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