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Originally Posted by LondoJowo 1.09a. Londojowo, he has a Live! 24 bit. That's the ca0106 driver - it surprised me too at first I was just posting mine to help ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by LondoJowo
    1.09a. Londojowo, he has a Live! 24 bit. That's the ca0106 driver - it surprised me too at first
    I was just posting mine to help you show the difference
    K . I thought you only read half of the topic start! Thanks . Though I still find it strange they use different drivers if they're all based of the same chip...
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    There's slight differences between the 24K Live and the 24k Audigy chips.
    http://www.soundblaster.com/products...uct=4915&nav=3
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    so where can i get this ca0106 module. I do not see it in the menuconfig

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    Which distro and kernel are you using? Should be there... Look under the sound card drivers, the xmenuconfig utility has explanations on most modules. Have you found your list with loadable modules on your system?
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    im using slackware 10.1 with the 2.6.12.5 kernel

    I will post the list of modules as soon as my kernel is done recompiling. I am doing it via ssh since i am at work

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    I just noticed this go by my eyes as during the "make modules"

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    CC [M]  sound/pci/ca0106/ca0106_main.o
      CC [M]  sound/pci/ca0106/ca0106_proc.o
      CC [M]  sound/pci/ca0106/ca0106_mixer.o
      LD [M]  sound/pci/ca0106/snd-ca0106.o
    Maybe it is included with the emu10k1 module? It definantly isnt listed in the menuconfig I looked thru the sound drivers section for about 30 minutes. i looked in both alsa and oss section

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    where do i go to get the list of available modules that i have compiles. Sorry I am a noob

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    You're not that noob anymore if you compiled a working kernel, trust me! Neither if you use Slackware... Are you making menuconfig graphically? By using Xmenuconfig or gmenuconfig?

    I suppose you're configuring it graphically - it should be available in your kernel sources by default.
    Ok - I saw you're using Slackware with a 2.6 kernel. So am I (distro based on Slackware anyways).

    Do # vim /etc/rc.d/rc.modules, and check for the entry of the ca0106 module, and uncomment it. That should help at least. Then save it and reboot. The module will be loaded at boot. To see if the ca0106 module is available in the list, do $ less /etc/rc.d/rc.modules | grep 'ca0106'.
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    less /etc/rc.d/rc.modules | grep 'ca0106' just drops down to the prompt again so i assume it is not available, and ca0106 is not found in my rc.modules file.

    Im doing the menuconfig via shell so it is somewhat graphical. I do "make menuconfig" to get to the menu

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    Ok. Could you fully expand the part in the menuconfig about the sound card drivers, take a screenshot of it and post it here?
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