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Hi. I have compiled my 2.6.12.3 kernel including alsa driver and setting OSS emu10k1 like module for my PCI Creative Platinum Live! soundcard. SO, can i now, after booting my ...
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    Can i unload alsa and load emu10k1 OSS module?


    Hi.
    I have compiled my 2.6.12.3 kernel including alsa driver and setting OSS emu10k1 like module for my PCI Creative Platinum Live! soundcard.

    SO, can i now, after booting my kernel, unload alsa and load emu10k1 module? How?

    Thanks,

    marcus

    PS: Besides, alsaconf doesn't recognize my Creative Platinum Live! soundcard!!

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    Did you compile ALSA as a module or built-in?

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    Good morning lakerdonald.
    Well, I have compiled built-in alsa,
    while OSS like module.

    Thanks

    marcus

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    You'll need to compile the ALSA driver as a module.

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    So, you are saying that if i compile alsa buit-in kernel,
    compiling OSS like module is vanishing. Isn'i it?

    marcus

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    Well the only way you can remove a module is to make it a...erm...module instead of built-in.

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