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[SOLVED] No Sound in CRUX???
Hi Jay, can you get sound when playing sound files or on the net? If not, did you run alsaconf yet? If so, and it doesn't find your sound card, you likely will have to re compile to include the driver(s). If alsaconf does find it, configure accordingly. Afterwards, run alsamixer and turn volume up. When everything is as you want it, be sure to run:
Let me know how it goes...
I get no sound for anything at all. My sound card shows up in lspci asCode:
00:1f.5 Multimedia audio controller: Intel Corporation 82801BA/BAM AC'97 Audio Controller (rev 11)
Hiya Jay and Dan,
I had a similar problem with
00:1f.5 Multimedia audio controller: Intel Corporation 82801AA AC'97 Audio Controller (rev 02)
Hey there, Mike!
Thanks for that! Now I hate to sound like a noob, or worse yet like somebody who hasn't done their homework, but I've never had to use rmmod before. Any pointers on what I might be looking for?
I'm using Intel sound as well, ( Intel Corporation 82801H (ICH8 Family) HD Audio Controller (rev 02). Here's my lsmod as a reference but really not sure if it applies to your device and situation though as there is a difference in model:
Module Size Used by nvidiafb 40960 0 fb 43016 1 nvidiafb backlight 3972 1 nvidiafb cfbcopyarea 3584 1 nvidiafb vgastate 8832 1 nvidiafb snd_hda_intel 327444 3 snd_pcm 63368 2 snd_hda_intel cfbimgblt 2688 1 nvidiafb snd_timer 17924 2 snd_pcm cfbfillrect 3712 1 nvidiafb snd 43172 7 snd_hda_intel,snd_pcm,snd_timer soundcore 5600 1 snd snd_page_alloc 7688 2 snd_hda_intel,snd_pcm nvidia 6886224 26 intel_agp 23100 0 e1000 113344 0 agpgart 26544 2 nvidia,intel_agp
EDIT: Through the recompile process, I eliminated all but the hardware drivers that applied to this Crux box as there is no need for them making for a leaner cleaner kernel.
FATAL: Module snd_hda_intel not found.
I'd try Dans suggestion first Jay, If that fails you can use rmmod (remove module) fairly easy.
In the example provided by Dan, to remove the snd module, you have to notice it's in use by other modules, which need to be unloaded before you can unload snd.
I just noticed another thing that might prove useful to someone.
Using Fedora 9, I had no sound until I tried a tiny program called alsaunmute from the command line.