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i want to know before i install gentoo, ... does gentoo support any type of soundblaster live, without having to manually install the drivers. In fedora core 3, i was ...
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    i want to know before i install gentoo, ... does gentoo support any type of soundblaster live, without having to manually install the drivers. In fedora core 3, i was having sum trouble getting my sound to work with my soundblaster card so ijust took it out and my default soundcard worked just fine.

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    Well when you will compile your kernel you have to compile the module for emu10k1 chipset in device drivers->sound-> Advanced Linux Sound Architecture->PCI devices-><M> Emu10k1 (SB Live!, Audigy, E-mu APS)
    and then you will have to follow the http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/alsa-guide.xml guide and everything is ok
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