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I have been trying to do everything i can to get my sound to work and have ehausted myself. i'm using Realtek HD Audio on my Fujitsu Laptop previously i ...
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    Realtek HD Audio!!PLEASE HELP


    I have been trying to do everything i can to get my sound to work and have ehausted myself.

    i'm using Realtek HD Audio on my Fujitsu Laptop
    previously i could run alsaconf and it gave me two soundcard choises
    1)intel 80xxxx
    2)pnp devices.(which you could probe)

    After trying to install the drivers from the realtek website which did not install proper and had errors,the two options in the alsaconf is totally gone.No Pnp and no legacy drivers!!!!

    alsamixer:
    error while loading shared libraries: libasound.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

    lspci:
    00:1b.0 Audio device:Intel Corporation 82801G (ICH7 Family) High Definition Audio Controller (rev 02)

    lsmod:
    Module Size Used by
    ppdev 13188 0
    lp 16776 0
    i915 23168 2
    ipv6 279616 10
    i810 23552 0
    drm 78612 4 i915,i810
    sworks_agp 13472 0
    nvidia_agp 12316 0
    ati_agp 13068 0
    amd_k7_agp 12812 0
    ali_agp 11136 0
    af_packet 29960 0
    rfcomm 46488 0
    l2cap 31872 5 rfcomm
    bluetooth 62052 4 rfcomm,l2cap
    aufs 88244 0
    sbp2 28292 0
    usb_storage 73408 0
    libusual 20624 1 usb_storage
    irda 127288 0
    8250_pnp 13440 0
    8250 28164 1 8250_pnp
    serial_core 25216 1 8250
    sdhci 22540 0
    mmc_core 28676 1 sdhci
    parport_pc 43492 1
    parport 40008 3 ppdev,lp,parport_pc
    i2c_i801 12044 0
    sky2 43272 0
    intel_agp 27420 1
    agpgart 36044 8 drm,sworks_agp,nvidia_agp,ati_agp,amd_k7_agp,ali_a gp,intel_agp
    eth1394 23556 0
    tsdev 11840 0
    joydev 13760 0
    evdev 14208 1
    usbhid 56928 0
    ff_memless 9992 1 usbhid
    ohci_hcd 24580 0
    pcmcia 41132 2
    firmware_class 14208 1 pcmcia
    yenta_socket 30220 2
    rsrc_nonstatic 17408 1 yenta_socket
    pcmcia_core 43800 3 pcmcia,yenta_socket,rsrc_nonstatic
    cpufreq_ondemand 12300 2
    speedstep_centrino 13732 1
    speedstep_lib 8836 0
    freq_table 9088 2 cpufreq_ondemand,speedstep_centrino
    video 19460 0
    sbs 18856 0
    i2c_ec 9216 1 sbs
    i2c_core 25984 2 i2c_i801,i2c_ec
    container 8576 0
    button 10768 0
    battery 14084 0
    ac 9348 0
    dm_snapshot 21672 0
    raid10 29568 0
    raid456 128272 0
    xor 19592 1 raid456
    raid1 28544 0
    raid0 12800 0
    multipath 13440 0
    linear 10624 0
    md_mod 81044 6 raid10,raid456,raid1,raid0,multipath,linear
    dm_mirror 26448 0
    dm_mod 60440 2 dm_snapshot,dm_mirror
    ohci1394 38960 0
    ieee1394 300760 3 sbp2,eth1394,ohci1394
    ehci_hcd 35848 0
    uhci_hcd 27788 0
    usbcore 135812 7 usb_storage,libusual,usbhid,ohci_hcd,ehci_hcd,uhci _hcd
    thermal 17928 0
    processor 36200 2 speedstep_centrino,thermal
    fan 8836 0

    a lot of things to sound is totally screwed up...please help...i need to work with simulators dealing with sound...it's my life!!!!

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    First, I would do a file search and look if this file "libasound.so.2" is still on your computer and where.

    Then I would try to re-install this alsaconf or the additional stuff that comes with it.

    If you look for "intel 80xxxx" in this list from lsmod, it looks like that the appropriate driver hasn't been loaded. But it is difficult to tell as they sometimes get completly different names.

    From your hardware info ("intel 80xxxx", e.g., or the alsaconf stuff) try to figure out what driver does it needs (binary file ending in *.o on 2.4, or *.ko on 2.6 kernels).
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    Which Linux distribution is that ? The card you are referring to (Intel HD) is very common and should work without any configuration (or manual drivers installation) in any modern Linux distribution (Ubuntu Edgy, Suse 10.2, Debian Etch, Mandriva 2007, etc.).
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    Guys i managed to get the sound to work....i re-built the latest kernel and the intel hda works.....only thing you should not allow via8xx(default driver) driver to load in etc/modules/modules.conf...otherwise it works like a breeze.....

    Thank You

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