[TriLUG] Re: Sound card help? [was: Recompiled kernel ... (newbie)]
John F Davis
johndavi at us.ibm.com
Tue Jul 9 10:13:48 EDT 2002
lspci -v is your friend. It also helps to have pci names enabled in your
kernel so it can match up chipset identifiers with vendor names.
Also, is that right? Now we have automatic reply to poster and not the
list? My bad. This is from Debian User and not Trilug.
"Lisa C. Boyd" <lcboyd at nc.rr.com> on 07/09/2002 10:15:15 AM
To: debian-user at lists.debian.org
Subject: Sound card help? [was: Recompiled kernel ... (newbie)]
>so did you get it fixed? we like to hear about happy endings.
Sorry to leave you guys hanging about the network card :) I'm just getting
back to it today and am getting ready to recompile again. I was wondering
though if someone could tell me what I need to make my sound work? If I'm
going to have to recompile the kernel for that too - I might as well do it
all at once - right?
My sound card info is Model Crystal Semiconductor; Chip set CS4236. BTW,
where do you go to find out information about what drivers/modules/settings
you need for your hardware? I need to bookmark that one for future
Thanks for the help everyone!! Hopefully I'll have some good news this
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