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From: Chris S <taskara@...>
Subject: Re: no sound
Date: Sun, 24 Jul 2005 12:15:52 +1000
http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/alsa-guide.xml

:)

you can enable the driver either under alsa in teh kernel, or by 
emerging alsa-driver.

then you need alsa-utils

and run alsaconf

add alsasound to the boot runlevel

and you should be good to go

-c

Mark Creamer wrote:

> I have one other issue with my newly built system - I don't have sound 
> yet. The card is a SB Live EMU10K1. I have it enable in the kernel. 
> First I enabled it only in ALSA. Then when that didn't work, I also 
> enabled it in OSS. But I don't know what I'm doing there. Should I be 
> doing both?
>
> Anyway, from Control Center, when I click on sound & multimedia/sound 
> system, I get the message "Unable to start the sound server to 
> retrieve possible sound I/O methods."
>
> The sound card is not set to load as module, I have it compiled into 
> the kernel.
>
> Thanks!
> Mark

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