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    All I can do is show you how mine looks compared to yours

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    What is funny is I run a rolling release distro (I have AntiX set up this way) and after apt-get dist upgrade I am running alsa 1.0.22 now since upgrade yesterday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rokytnji View Post
    All I can do is show you how mine looks compared to yours

    What is funny is I run a rolling release distro (I have AntiX set up this way) and after apt-get dist upgrade I am running alsa 1.0.22 now since upgrade yesterday.
    Finnaly found the solution! So here is what I did:

    # echo "blacklist snd_pcsp" >>/etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf
    # update-modules

    First I tried to blacklist "pcspkr", but it dosn't work for the new kernels. Is seems that from kernel 2.6.27, the "pcspkr" have changed the name to "snd_pcsp".

    So if you run those two commands as root, the sound should be removed, as long as you have kernel 2.6.27 or newer. If you have an older kernel, you probably have to change "snd_pcsp" to "pcspkr".
    And you have to restart, in order for the changes to take effect.

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