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First of all i didn`t see what sound card are you using. Post the following result of the command: Code: /usr/sbin/hwinfo --sound...
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    First of all i didn`t see what sound card are you using. Post the following result of the command:

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    /usr/sbin/hwinfo --sound
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    However, lspci | grep audio gives me this:
    00:0b.0 Multimedia audio controller: Cirrus Logic CS 4614/22/24/30 [CrystalClear SoundFusion Audio Accelerator] (rev 01)

    Don't know if that helps or not.

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    Yes it helps This is what you will do to install the latest driver for you sound card. If you have any problem post back. It says everything to do to make your sound card to work

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    OK, I got an error:
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    FATAL: Module snd_cs4614 not found.
    I'm not sure I used the right number in place of "xx" in the lines that use "cs46xx".

    The results of all of the commands in the tutorial can be found here.

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    when you have configured the alsa-driver

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    ./configure --with-cards=cs46xx --with-sequencer=yes ; make ; make install
    you use the cs4614? if you used that it should work...
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    Yup. It gave me that error, so I did everything again. The second time, I copied and pasted the commands from the tutorial into the terminal to make sure I didn't mystype anything. The only thing I changed was the "xx" to "14" (and I double checked to make sure I did it right). But then I get that error again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raize View Post
    I upgraded from Etch to Lenny and everything's running great. That is, except for my audio. I had sound before the upgrade, but now I don't. I ran alsaconfig and it said it was successful, but still no audio. When I try to change the volume I get this message:



    I'm fairly new to Linux so I don't know what to do. Thanks in advance for any help or advice
    Hi,
    I'm as new as you are. Try everything others suggest but also check if your username is there in the group 'audio' in /etc/group. This had caused problems for me earlier and adding my username had helped me. It may not be the solution but you can anyway check.
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    It looks like it:
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    audio:x:29:jason,ghost,pulse,family
    I'm "jason".

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    I suggest you to try each command separately. Delete the alsa driver folder where you untar the archive and download the driver again, decompress the archive and put it where you have permission and then run from the main folder

    Code:
    ./configure --with-cards=cs4614 --with-sequencer=yes
    if you got some error post it else go with the next one

    Code:
    make
    and if everything works fine run as su

    Code:
    make install
    then insert the kernel module as su

    Code:
    modprobe snd-cs4614 ; modprobe snd-pcm-oss ; modprobe snd-mixer-oss ; modprobe snd-seq-oss
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