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seems to be hardware incompatibility......i recompiled the kernel choosing the modules manually (build-in) but nothing happened at all....and now xmms crashes when i try to play an mp3 file...total disaster!...
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    seems to be hardware incompatibility......i recompiled the kernel choosing the modules manually (build-in) but nothing happened at all....and now xmms crashes when i try to play an mp3 file...total disaster!
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    I tried -ac1, -ac2 and even -bk4...

    From sound/pci/intel8x0.c
    Code:
     *   This code also contains alpha support for SiS 735 chipsets provided
     *   by Mike Pieper <mptei@users.sourceforge.net>. We have no datasheet
     *   for SiS735, so the code is not fully functional.
    Our M/B has that SiS chipset

    I'll try to compile 2.6.10 with my conf from 2.6.9 to see if it's due to confiugration or the source itself. If that doesn't help, i'll mail the developers...

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    i did it and it didn't work......mail the developers!
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    Yep, my old configuration from form 2.6.9 produced the bug too. I sent the email.

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    will they fix the problem in the next version of the kernel?use now suse 9.1 and it still doesn't work.....
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    I didn't get a reply (yet). Kernel developers tend to be pretty busy, so nothing is really granted - at least they know about the problem.

    You can use 2.6.9, can't you? Or is there something you specifically need in 2.6.10? I don't know what kernels Suse has ready compiled, but you can always compile your own...

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    2.6.9 works fine.....i will recompile the old kernel...i have made a post for the new patch changelog for 2.6.10 .check that out!
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    i have the same motherboard..on suse 9.2 and kernel 2.6.8-24 (suse default)
    it detects everything ok....all unmuted but no sound...i can even hear a "click" on system startup.....seems it starts the sound...but no output
    any infos yet?

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    Hi Guys same problem on IBM Thinkpad....on both two current versions of kernel given by fedora....fortunatily I've not removed old 2.6.9.

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    Sound problem in 2.6.10

    Found this solution which worked for me (Thinkpad X31, Fedora core 3)

    https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedo.../msg03432.html

    To summarise you need to mute "Headphone Jack Sense" in alsamixer.

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