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On Fri, July 8, 2005 11:21, Duncan wrote:
> Expanding on what Zac said, ensure your user is in the audio group, and
> that udev is set up to use that group for audio devices and that the mode
> is 660.
that was the pointer for me, i have disabled arts and enabled alsa olso
in the kernel after that rebuild all that hasuse arts in use settings,
and last emerged all alså supporting tools, wonderfull it sound is
again working on my asus sk8n
> Also, check your PAM settings, console.perms IIRC. Gentoo is moving away
> from using the PAM console-perms module by default, because it causes
will pam still be an problem for me now when the silence is dead here ?
using kernel 2.6.12 r4 now
 equery hasuse arts
 equery hasuse alsa
emerge from the listning above
 usermod -G audio myuser
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