Unable to play sound (ALSA mixer )
I have dual boot in my system.
It works fine with windowx XP so no probes in hardware.
Whenever i boot my system i get following error message :
Sound server informational message:
Error while initializing the sound driver:
device /dev/dsp can't be opened (No such device)
The sound server will continue, using the null output device.
whenever i try running ne .mp3 file it ask me to check my sound card.
I have tried System settings >Sound card detection but thr also i didn't listem the test sound.
while shutting down i get an error message ...some thing like
ALSA mixer cnt1 settings wrong...Sound Card not found...
Hi everyone, Yes this is sort of relevant sorry if not
yes im using a new distro which was just released
named (qilinux) and there is not much support for it
However... i believe this problem can be fixed as this distro is extremely similar to most
my sound works in general but there has been one minor problem
after downloading and running America's Army there has been one error
open /dev/[sound/]dsp: No such file or directory
after a bit of research and searching through random forum entries i have gathered that /dev/sound/dsp should contain a symbolic link to the location of my sound etc of course i know to make a symbolic link but im stumped as to where im meant to link this too (as most distros do this for you)
i was wondering which commands i should perform in relation to giving the correct information in case someone should be able to help me,
any help would be greatly appreciated
thnx in advance for ne help posted
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