Setting up sound card on Damn Small Linux, old laptop
I am terminally stuck with sound card setup on this old laptop with on-board sound card:
Model: Toshiba Tecra 730CDT
OS: Damn Small Linux 4.4.10
Here's what I see if I get into the BIOS setup:
Sound card config:
WSS I/O Address = 534H
SBPro I/O Address = 220H
Synthesizer I/O Address = Others(318H)
WSS & SBPro IRQ Level = IRQ5
WSS & SBPro DMA
Playback = Channel 0
Record = Channel 1
Control I/O Address = 120H
I have installed ALSA utils, and I boot the DSL with alsa boot option. I don't know what driver to install and where, and I don't have any idea if DSL is aware of any sound hardware presence at all.
In DSL, typing command lspci does not bring up any sound hardware. I don't know if there's any other command that should show any unrecognized hardware. Or maybe that coundcard is not considered PCI device, I have no idea. All that I know is that it worked in Win98, that was previously installed on this PC.
Given that I know all the ports and IRQs, and the fact that this sound card emulates SoundBlaster, could someone, please, prop me in the right direction? Right now I hate to admit I am fumbling with random ALSA installs and configurations, without any sense and success.