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http://siscom.net/~jon.berg/durty/untitled.bmp This is for my device drivers>sound>alsa>pci devices section of my menu config wont link, you can copy and paste the link and then you will have to click to ...
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    http://siscom.net/~jon.berg/durty/untitled.bmp

    This is for my device drivers>sound>alsa>pci devices section of my menu config

    wont link, you can copy and paste the link and then you will have to click to zoom, thanks for your help and patience to maing.

    edit: removing the img brackets made it link, wierd

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    Is it a bad idea to enable oss support along with alsa support in my kernel? I know oss is deprecated but Maybe it can help me out here since it has that 100% sound blaster compatibilty module

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    No it's not, they can coexist AFAIK.

    A tip for making screenshots: don't save them as bmp, that's a lot of space that format takes. Try using jpg instead . It loads way faster on the internet.

    Have you installed slackware in vmware or what?

    You're right about the drivers missing, very strange... Have you used the sources from the slackware cd?

    Edit: deselect the Sound Blaster Live! & Audigy version driver. You don't have that card. Try to compile in the Live 24 bit driver permanently.
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    nah i just have a typical dual boot, why do you ask?

    my aim name is 'pseudo demigod'

    that atta make this easier.

    edit: having both modules selected shouldnt matter should it. Wont linux pick the right one?

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    Because the screenshot looks like it's taken in windows, and because you used a typical windows format (bitmap)... That's what made me think it. My MSN Messenger address is il underscore gettatore at hotmail dot com. I'll be online in a minute, just add me.

    Edit - ok, I see, you're trying it over SSH . Now I get it.
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    Maybe the wrong module is being used

    Hi,

    It looks like the wrong module is being used for the sound card that you have purchased.

    Take a look at this ALSA website, it gives details on the modules that suit different sound cards:

    http://www.alsa-project.org/alsa-doc...ve_Labs#matrix

    There's also information on how you can configure and build the module into the kernel. This can be found on the following site:

    http://www.alsa-project.org/alsa-doc...&module=ca0106

    Try it and let me know if this helps in getting the sound card to work.

    Cheers!

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