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Hello Im after info on: a: getting and installing the nforce chipset drivers(network )basicly papiatary drivers B: getting oss or alsa to install and work- this one is my biggest ...
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    trying to find, help me in my quest


    Hello

    Im after info on:
    a: getting and installing the nforce chipset drivers(network )basicly papiatary drivers
    B: getting oss or alsa to install and work- this one is my biggest woe, All i want to do is play music and setup wine or cedega to run a couple of programs.

    problem

    in terminal i go configure and it says it doesnt exist? (ive just ported from fedora core 6 as i thought this dist would have less problems than fedora but it has the same,

    thanks in advance

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    You say nforce networkd drivers? Could you please run:
    Code:
    lspci
    Note that you *might* require to be root to run that cmd. Once you post the output of the command we can assess which network and audio cards you have respectively and help you find working drivers and installing them from there.

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    hey sorry for not repling for ages, ive now ported to debian as it has a greater package range othough different package manager. so ill be in the debian forum.

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