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  1. #11

    Can you let me use your DSDT file since I have the same P105 S9337 ?


    Would your hacked DSDT file work for others who have the exact same machine as you? That being a Toshiba P105 S9337

    If so, that would make it far easier for us non programmers.

    Thanks so much.

    I have had no sound for 6 months too.

    Robo-Linux

  2. #12

    DSDT File For Toshiba P105-9337

    Hi robo-linux.

    Yes, I believe it would be the same DSDT file. I am not certain though, since the file is generated by my system to start with. But, the worst that will happen is that it won't work, so I'd give it a try.

    The attached zip file includes both the .dsl and .aml files. Good luck. If you need more info, just let me know.

    Marc
    Attached Files Attached Files

  3. #13
    Hi Marc,

    Thank you very much. As soon as I get the BIOS flashed to 4.2 I will try your DSDT files and then will post my results for others.

    Robo-Linux

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  5. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by MarcRJacobs View Post
    Hi robo-linux.

    Yes, I believe it would be the same DSDT file. I am not certain though, since the file is generated by my system to start with. But, the worst that will happen is that it won't work, so I'd give it a try.

    The attached zip file includes both the .dsl and .aml files. Good luck. If you need more info, just let me know.

    Marc
    Hi Marc,
    Since the custom Toshiba kernel file was a 32 bit version in your instructions, I decided to try the newest 64 bit Ubuntu alpha2 version: Hardy. I got sound instantly on my Toshiba P105 S9337. BIG thanks to the Ubuntu developers.

    By the way, the keyboard on the Toshiba P105 S9337 is so bad I ended up buying an HP Laptop yesterday.

    Thank you again for your help.

    Robo-Linux

  6. #15
    when I try to use
    cat /proc/acpi/dsdt > DSDT.dat
    I get an error
    DSDT.dat : Permission Denied

  7. #16
    You must use sudo instead
    $ sudo cat (proc/acpi/dsdt > DSDT.dat
    Cheers
    Luis

  8. #17
    I still get an error saying permission denied even while using 'sudo' on
    "sudo cat /proc/acpi/dsdt > DSDT.dat"

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