Sound configuration in Damn Small Linux
I've successfully managed (with generous help from this forum indeed) to install Damn Small Linux on my granny Toshiba 730CDT. I write in the Knoppix forum because DSL claims to be based on some ancient Knoppix version.
The video works fine, also the PCMCIA Network card is recognized and functions properly. I don't care if the modem works (hey, it's 14.4Kbit, wow), but I care for these two things:
1) Sound: the sound card is not recognized, and that's not a big surprise. After all, DSL comes in 50MB. But, I have no idea from where to start in order to engage the sound card - what drivers should I get from where, where sould I put them in DSL, where and how any sound config files should be edited.
2) The keyboard: this Toshiba has neither "Windows" key, nor right-side Alt or Ctrl key. So, I can not use the default Latvian (lv) keyboard layouts (gzipped, in /usr/share/keymaps/i386/qwerty/lv-latin*) which make use of any traditional compose key, or right-side alteration. Instead, I'd like to install equivalent keyboard layout that uses dead key for altering for special characters. And, also, I need to find a way how to set the compose key to something like "PrtScr" or "Pause" (totally unused buttons on this limited keyboard)
I really hope the forum has some wisdom to deal with these subjects.