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Originally Posted by jayd512 Sure does! Tells me it sees your sound chip: Now try this one: /sbin/lsmod We'll see if you have any sound drivers loaded and running. Got ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jayd512 View Post
    Sure does!
    Tells me it sees your sound chip:

    Now try this one:

    /sbin/lsmod

    We'll see if you have any sound drivers loaded and running.
    Got it. Again, thanks for the interest ...

    tyc

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayd512 View Post
    Sure does!
    Tells me it sees your sound chip:

    Now try this one:

    /sbin/lsmod

    We'll see if you have any sound drivers loaded and running.
    Have to ask, what is "...mod" of "lsmod" short for? I'm thinking modem but ...

    Again, thanks for the interest ...

    tyc

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    Quote Originally Posted by tyc View Post
    Have to ask, what is "...mod" of "lsmod" short for? I'm thinking modem but ...

    lsmod = list modules

    It will list all of the drivers/firmware that are running on your machine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jayd512 View Post
    ... It will list all of the drivers/firmware that are running on your machine.
    Some how I don't think this is going to tell you too much. Note that most of the machine coding has been removed and I could be wrong here but from what I can see of the human readable display, a complete re-install may be needed; i.e., start over from scratch.

    So, here goes ...


    ================================================== ====

    LSPCI FILE DUMP

    NOTE: MOST MACHINE CODE DISPLAY REMOVED



    ELF

    !!! Unknown header type %02x
    Control: I/O%c Mem%c BusMaster%c SpecCycle%c MemWINV%c VGASnoop%c ParErr%c Stepping%c SERR%c FastB2B%c DisINTx%c
    Status: Cap%c 66MHz%c UDF%c FastB2B%c ParErr%c DEVSEL=%s >TAbort%c <TAbort%c <MAbort%c >SERR%c <PERR%c INTx%c
    Interrupt: pin %c routed to IRQ %d
    Bus: primary=%02x, secondary=%02x, subordinate=%02x, sec-latency=%d
    !!! Unknown I/O range types %x/%x
    I/O behind bridge: %08x-%08x
    !!! Unknown memory range types %x/%x
    Memory behind bridge: %08x-%08x
    !!! Unknown prefetchable memory range types %x/%x
    Prefetchable memory behind bridge: %08x-%08x
    Prefetchable memory behind bridge: %08x%08x-%08x%08x
    Secondary status: 66MHz%c FastB2B%c ParErr%c DEVSEL=%s >TAbort%c <TAbort%c <MAbort%c <SERR%c <PERR%c
    BridgeCtl: Parity%c SERR%c NoISA%c VGA%c MAbort%c >Reset%c FastB2B%c
    PriDiscTmr%c SecDiscTmr%c DiscTmrStat%c DiscTmrSERREn%c
    Memory window %d: %08x-%08x%s%s
    BridgeCtl: Parity%c SERR%c ISA%c VGA%c MAbort%c >Reset%c 16bInt%c PostWrite%c
    16-bit legacy interface ports at %04x
    lspci: Unable to read the standard configuration space header of device %04x:%02x:%02x.%d
    %04x: %02x:%02x.%d " Device: Slot: Class: %s
    SVendor: %s
    SDevice: %s
    PhySlot: %s
    Rev: %02x
    ProgIf: %02x
    -r%02x -p%02x "" "" [size= %dK %dM %08lx Region %d: [virtual] I/O ports at %04lx <ignored> <unassigned> [disabled] Memory at <invalid-64bit-slot> non- 32-bit 64-bit type 3 low-1M (%s, %sprefetchable) Expansion ROM at [disabled by cmd] (rev %02x) (prog-if %02x Subsystem: %s
    Physical Slot: %s
    slow medium fast ?? Latency: %d ( %dns min %dns max , Cache Line Size: %d bytes Flags: bus master, VGA palette snoop, stepping, fast Back2Back, 66MHz, user-definable features, %s devsel , latency %d , IRQ %d BIST is running BIST result: %02x
    (prefetchable) I/O window %d: %08x-%08x%s
    Secondary status: SERR <access denied to the rest> %02x: --version lspci version 3.1.3 -s: %s -d: %s :99999999:999 :99999999999 99999:9X:99998: 9(:9::9999999 99x9lspci \\ \x%02x Vital Product Data End Product Name: Read/write Read-only %s fields:
    good bad %d byte(s) free
    small large Not readable No end tag found [%c%c] %s: Extended capability Engineering changes Manufacture ID Part number Reserved Read-write area Serial number Asset tag Vendor specific System specific Unknown checksum %s, %d byte(s) reserved
    Unknown %s resource type %02x, will not decode more.
    HyperTransport: Slave or Primary Interface !!! Possibly incomplete decoding Command: BaseUnitID=%u UnitCnt=%u MastHost%c DefDir%c
    Command: BaseUnitID=%u UnitCnt=%u MastHost%c DefDir%c DUL%c
    Link Control 0: CFlE%c CST%c CFE%c <LkFail%c Init%c EOC%c TXO%c <CRCErr=%x
    Link Control 0: CFlE%c CST%c CFE%c <LkFail%c Init%c EOC%c TXO%c <CRCErr=%x IsocEn%c LSEn%c ExtCTL%c 64b%c
    Link Config 0: MLWI=%s MLWO=%s LWI=%s LWO=%s
    Link Config 0: MLWI=%1$s DwFcIn%5$c MLWO=%2$s DwFcOut%6$c LWI=%3$s DwFcInEn%7$c LWO=%4$s DwFcOutEn%8$c
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    Link Control 1: CFlE%c CST%c CFE%c <LkFail%c Init%c EOC%c TXO%c <CRCErr=%x IsocEn%c LSEn%c ExtCTL%c 64b%c
    Link Config 1: MLWI=%s MLWO=%s LWI=%s LWO=%s
    Link Config 1: MLWI=%1$s DwFcIn%5$c MLWO=%2$s DwFcOut%6$c LWI=%3$s DwFcInEn%7$c LWO=%4$s DwFcOutEn%8$c
    Link Error 0: <Prot%c <Ovfl%c <EOC%c CTLTm%c
    Link Frequency Capability 0: 200MHz%c 300MHz%c 400MHz%c 500MHz%c 600MHz%c 800MHz%c 1.0GHz%c 1.2GHz%c 1.4GHz%c 1.6GHz%c Vend%c
    Feature Capability: IsocFC%c LDTSTOP%c CRCTM%c ECTLT%c 64bA%c UIDRD%c
    Link Error 1: <Prot%c <Ovfl%c <EOC%c CTLTm%c
    Link Frequency Capability 1: 200MHz%c 300MHz%c 400MHz%c 500MHz%c 600MHz%c 800MHz%c 1.0GHz%c 1.2GHz%c 1.4GHz%c 1.6GHz%c Vend%c
    Error Handling: PFlE%c OFlE%c PFE%c OFE%c EOCFE%c RFE%c CRCFE%c SERRFE%c CF%c RE%c PNFE%c ONFE%c EOCNFE%c RNFE%c CRCNFE%c SERRNFE%c
    Prefetchable memory behind bridge Upper: %02x-%02x
    HyperTransport: Host or Secondary Interface Command: WarmRst%c DblEnd%c
    Command: WarmRst%c DblEnd%c DevNum=%u ChainSide%c HostHide%c Slave%c <EOCErr%c DUL%c
    Link Control: CFlE%c CST%c CFE%c <LkFail%c Init%c EOC%c TXO%c <CRCErr=%x
    Link Control: CFlE%c CST%c CFE%c <LkFail%c Init%c EOC%c TXO%c <CRCErr=%x IsocEn%c LSEn%c ExtCTL%c 64b%c
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    Link Config: MLWI=%1$s DwFcIn%5$c MLWO=%2$s DwFcOut%6$c LWI=%3$s DwFcInEn%7$c LWO=%4$s DwFcOutEn%8$c
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    HyperTransport: UnitID Clumping HyperTransport: Extended Configuration Space Access HyperTransport: Address Mapping HyperTransport: MSI Mapping Enable%c Fixed%c
    Mapping Address Base: %016llx
    HyperTransport: X86 (reserved) PCI/PCI-X to PCI-Express Bridge Root Complex Integrated Endpoint DevCap: MaxPayload %d bytes, PhantFunc %d, Latency L0s %s, L1 %s
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    RlxdOrd%c ExtTag%c PhantFunc%c AuxPwr%c NoSnoop%c
    MaxPayload %d bytes, MaxReadReq %d bytes
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    LnkCap: Port #%d, Speed %s, Width x%d, ASPM %s, Latency L0 %s, L1 %s
    ClockPM%c Surprise%c LLActRep%c BwNot%c
    Disabled%c Retrain%c CommClk%c
    ExtSynch%c ClockPM%c AutWidDis%c BWInt%c AutBWInt%c
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    SltCap: AttnBtn%c PwrCtrl%c MRL%c AttnInd%c PwrInd%c HotPlug%c Surpise%c
    Slot #%3x, PowerLimit %f; Interlock%c NoCompl%c
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    Control: AttnInd %s, PwrInd %s, Power%c Interlock%c
    SltSta: Status: AttnBtn%c PowerFlt%c MRL%c CmdCplt%c PresDet%c Interlock%c
    Changed: MRL%c PresDet%c LinkState%c
    RootCtl: ErrCorrectable%c ErrNon-Fatal%c ErrFatal%c PMEIntEna%c CRSVisible%c
    RootSta: PME ReqID %04x, PMEStatus%c PMEPending%c
    DevCap2: Completion Timeout: %s, TimeoutDis%c DevCtl2: Completion Timeout: %s, TimeoutDis%c 800-1200mV(full-swing)/400-700mV(half-swing) 200-400mV(full-swing)/100-200mV(half-swing) LnkCtl2: Target Link Speed: %s, EnterCompliance%c SpeedDis%c, Selectable De-emphasis: %s
    Transmit Margin: %s, EnterModifiedCompliance%c ComplianceSOS%c
    Compliance De-emphasis: %s
    LnkSta2: Current De-emphasis Level: %s
    Flags: PMEClk%c DSI%c D1%c D2%c AuxCurrent=%dmA PME(D0%c,D1%c,D2%c,D3hot%c,D3cold%c)
    Status: D%d NoSoftRst%c PME-Enable%c DSel=%d DScale=%d PME%c
    Status: RQ=%d Iso%c ArqSz=%d Cal=%d SBA%c ITACoh%c GART64%c HTrans%c 64bit%c FW%c AGP3%c Rate=%s
    Command: RQ=%d ArqSz=%d Cal=%d SBA%c AGP%c GART64%c 64bit%c FW%c Rate=%s
    Slot ID: %d slots, First%c, chassis %02x
    MSI: Enable%c Count=%d/%d Maskable%c 64bit%c
    Masking: %08x Pending: %08x
    Command: DPERE%c ERO%c RBC=%d OST=%d
    Status: Dev=%02x:%02x.%d 64bit%c 133MHz%c SCD%c USC%c DC=%s DMMRBC=%u DMOST=%u DMCRS=%u RSCEM%c 266MHz%c 533MHz%c
    Secondary Status: 64bit%c 133MHz%c SCD%c USC%c SCO%c SRD%c Freq=%s
    Status: Dev=%02x:%02x.%d 64bit%c 133MHz%c SCD%c USC%c SCO%c SRD%c
    Upstream: Capacity=%u CommitmentLimit=%u
    Downstream: Capacity=%u CommitmentLimit=%u
    Vendor Specific Information <?> Debug port: BAR=%d offset=%04x
    CompactPCI central resource control <?> MSI-X: Enable%c Count=%d Masked%c
    Vector table: BAR=%d offset=%08x
    Revision ID: %u.%02u
    Link Frequency 0: %s
    Link Frequency 1: %s
    Bus Number: %02x
    Link Frequency: %s
    HyperTransport: Switch HyperTransport: DirectRoute HyperTransport: VCSet HyperTransport: Retry Mode HyperTransport: #%02x
    x%d Express (v%d) Legacy Endpoint Root Port (Slot%c) Upstream Port Downstream Port (Slot%c) PCI/PCI-X Bridge Root Complex Event Collector Unknown type %d , MSI %02x
    ExtTag%c AttnBtn%c AttnInd%c PwrInd%c RBE%c FLReset%c SlotPowerLimit %fW BrConfRtry%c L0s L1 L0s unknown 2.5GT/s LnkCtl: ASPM %s; RCB %d bytes RootCap: CRSVisible%c
    Not Supported Range A Range B Range AB Range BC Range ABC Range BCD Range ABCD ARIFwd%c
    50us to 50ms 50us to 100us 1ms to 10ms 16ms to 55ms 65ms to 210ms 260ms to 900ms 1s to 3.5s 4s to 13s 17s to 64s -3.5dB -6dB Normal Operating Range Capabilities: <access denied> [%02x] <chain looped> <chain broken> Power Management version %d
    Bridge: PM%c B3%c
    AGP version %x.%x
    Address: %08x %08x Data: %04x
    CompactPCI hot-swap <?> PCI-X non-bridge device simple bridge PCI-X bridge device Hot-plug capable AGP3 <?> Secure device <?> PBA: BAR=%d offset=%08x
    SATA HBA <?> PCI Advanced Features AFCap: TP%c FLR%c
    AFCtrl: FLR%c
    AFStatus: TP%c
    #%02x [%04x]
    conv 66MHz 100MHz 133MHz ?4 ?5 ?6 ?7 8bit 16bit [2] 32bit 4bit [6] N/C 200MHz 300MHz 400MHz 500MHz 600MHz 800MHz 1.0GHz 1.2GHz 1.4GHz 1.6GHz [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] Vend <1us <2us <4us <8us <16us <32us <64us unlimited <64ns <128ns <256ns <512ns Disabled L0s Enabled L0s L1 Enabled On Blink Off x@@99@@A8AXAxAAGF FFDDFFDDDDDD F*FvHjH^HDDRHFHDD:H.H DD"HHI8S QPP@O(O(MMLLL*LL LKKKJ(J 7 d *  @ w   ?=
    #<o: Capabilities: [%03x] Advanced Error Reporting Virtual Channel <?> Power Budgeting <?> Root Complex Link <?> Root Bridge Control Block <?> Access Control Services IOVSta: Migration%c
    Initial VFs: %d, Total VFs: %d, Number of VFs: %d, VF offset: %d, stride: %d, Device ID: %04x
    Supported Page Size: %08x, System Page Size: %08x
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    UEMsk: DLP%c SDES%c TLP%c FCP%c CmpltTO%c CmpltAbrt%c UnxCmplt%c RxOF%c MalfTLP%c ECRC%c UnsupReq%c ACSViol%c
    UESvrt: DLP%c SDES%c TLP%c FCP%c CmpltTO%c CmpltAbrt%c UnxCmplt%c RxOF%c MalfTLP%c ECRC%c UnsupReq%c ACSViol%c
    CESta: RxErr%c BadTLP%c BadDLLP%c Rollover%c Timeout%c NonFatalErr%c
    CEMsk: RxErr%c BadTLP%c BadDLLP%c Rollover%c Timeout%c NonFatalErr%c
    AERCap: First Error Pointer: %02x, GenCap%c CGenEn%c ChkCap%c ChkEn%c
    Device Serial Number %02x-%02x-%02x-%02x-%02x-%02x-%02x-%02x
    Root Complex Internal Link <?> Root Complex Event Collector <?> Multi-Function Virtual Channel <?> ACSCap: SrcValid%c TransBlk%c ReqRedir%c CmpltRedir%c UpstreamFwd%c EgressCtrl%c DirectTrans%c
    ACSCtl: SrcValid%c TransBlk%c ReqRedir%c CmpltRedir%c UpstreamFwd%c EgressCtrl%c DirectTrans%c
    Alternative Routing-ID Interpretation (ARI) ARICap: MFVC%c ACS%c, Next Function: %d
    ARICtl: MFVC%c ACS%c, Function Group: %d
    Address Translation Service (ATS) ATSCap: Invalidate Queue Depth: %02x
    ATSCtl: Enable%c, Smallest Translation Unit: %02x
    Single Root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV) IOVCap: Migration%c, Interrupt Message Number: %03x
    IOVCtl: Enable%c Migration%c Interrupt%c MSE%c ARIHierarchy%c
    Function Dependency Link: %02x
    VF Migration: offset: %08x, BIR: %x
    PPWVxV`VHV0VV VPPUUPP`T*SSPsysfs.path <name-too-long> uname() failed: %m %i%i%i%i%i%i Driver: %s
    Module: %s
    Kernel driver in use: %s
    , Kernel modules: %s %s %s/devices/%04x:%02x:%02x.%d/driver show_driver: sysfs device name too long, why? Cannot open pcimap file %s: %m /lib/modules/%s/modules.pcimap Unterminated or too long line in %s %02x.%x -[%02x]- -[%02x-%02x]- %s +-[%04x:%02x]- \-[%04x:%02x]- ## %02x.%02x:%d is a bridge from %02x to %02x-%02x
    !!! Bridge points to invalid primary bus. !!! Bridge points to invalid bus range. Discovered device %02x:%02x.%d
    WARNING: Bus mapping can be reliable only with direct hardware access enabled.
    Mapping bus %02x
    But it was filtered out.
    Summary of buses:
    %02x: Entered via %02x:%02x.%d
    Primary host bus Secondary host bus (?) %02x.%d Bridge to %02x-%02x <overlap bug> <crossing bug> dump.name help Known PCI access methods:
    Known PCI access parameters:
    %-20s %s (%s)
    Unknown hardware configuration type %s No such PCI access method: %s (see `-A help' for a list) Invalid PCI access parameter syntax: %s Unrecognized PCI access parameter: %s (see `-O help' for a list) Unable to allocate %d bytes of memory iiiii0j`jxjiiiii i*jTrying method %d... ...OK
    ...No.
    Decided to use %s
    pcilib: /usr/share/pci.ids.gz pci.id.ucw.cz net.domain Name of the ID cache file ~/.pciids-cache net.cache_name This access method is not supported. Cannot find any working access method. Out of memory (allocation of %d bytes failed) DNS domain used for resolving of ID's Unaligned write: pos=%02x,len=%d Unaligned read: pos=%02x, len=%d Writing to dump files is not supported. dump: line too long or unterminated dump: At most 4096 bytes of config space are supported Name of the bus dump file to read from Reading of register dumps (set the `dump.name' parameter) dump: File name not given. dump: Cannot open %s: %s ####:##:##.# %x:%x:%x.%d ###: %x: dump: Malformed line dump %s %s [%s] %s Device [%s] %s Device %s Vendor Device %04x:%04x Unknown vendor Class PriO PriP SecO SecP Master %s%s%s%s%s ProgIf <pci_lookup_name: buffer too small> <pci_lookup_name: invalid request>  \d| ':' expected Invalid vendor ID Invalid device ID Invalid domain number Invalid bus number Invalid slot number Invalid function number Line too long Vendor does not exist Duplicate entry rb %s at %s, line %d
    I/O error Pq222Parse error %04x.%04x.%04x.%04x %04x.%04x.s %02x.%02x.%02x.c %s.%s Resolving %s
    failed, h_errno=%d
    "%s"
    Malformed DNS packet received
    Unexpected RR in answer: class %d, type %d
    =bL~/ %s.tmp-%s-%d wb Cannot write to %s: %s Writing cache to %s
    Error writing %s Cannot rename %s to %s: %s %d %x %x %x %x %s
    Using cache %s
    Cache file does not exist
    %d%x%x%x%x%n Error while reading %s Not loading cache, will refresh everything
    Unrecognized cache version %s, ignoring
    Malformed cache file %s (line %d), ignoring #PCI-CACHE-1.0 %04x:%02x:%02x.%d: Found capability %04x of type %d at %04x
    File name too long vpd config Cannot open %s sysfs_read: read failed: %s sysfs_write: write failed: %s %s/slots Directory name too long address %s/%s/%s %x:%x:%x Error reading %s: %s Value in %s too long %s/devices resource %llx %llx %llx Syntax error in %s irq class ...cannot open %s ...using %s Path to the sysfs device tree /sys/bus/pci linux-sysfs The sys filesystem on Linux %s/devices/%04x:%02x:%02x.%d/%s sysfs_read_vpd: read failed: %s sysfs_write: tried to write %d bytes at %d, but only %d succeeded sysfs_fill_slots: Couldn't parse entry address %s sysfs_scan: Couldn't parse entry name %s proc.path %s/%02x/%02x.%d %s/%04x:%02x/%02x.%d proc_write: write failed: %s proc_read: read failed: %s Path to the procfs bus tree /proc/bus/pci linux-proc The proc file system on Linux proc_write: tried to write %d bytes at %d, but only %d succeeded %x %x %x %08lx %08lx %08lx %08lx %08lx %08lx %08lx %08lx %08lx %08lx %08lx %08lx %08lx %08lx proc: parse error (read only %d items) ...sanity check ...insane ...no I/O permission intel-conf1 intel-conf2 ...outside the Asylum at 0/%02x/0 conf2_write: only first 16 devices exist. No permission to access I/O ports (you probably have to be root). Raw I/O port access using Intel conf1 interface Raw I/O port access using Intel conf2 interface %04x:%02x:%02x.%d: Invalid 64-bit address seen for BAR %d. Scanning bus %02x for devices...
    Bus %02x seen twice (firmware bug). Ignored. Device %04x:%02x:%02x.%d has unknown header type %02x.




    Basic display modes:
    -mm Produce machine-readable output (single -m for an obsolete format)
    -t Show bus tree

    Display options:
    -v Be verbose (-vv for very verbose)
    -k Show kernel drivers handling each device
    -x Show hex-dump of the standard part of the config space
    -xxx Show hex-dump of the whole config space (dangerous; root only)
    -xxxx Show hex-dump of the 4096-byte extended config space (root only)
    -b Bus-centric view (addresses and IRQ's as seen by the bus)
    -D Always show domain numbers

    Resolving of device ID's to names:
    -n Show numeric ID's
    -nn Show both textual and numeric ID's (names & numbers)
    -q Query the PCI ID database for unknown ID's via DNS
    -qq As above, but re-query locally cached entries
    -Q Query the PCI ID database for all ID's via DNS

    Selection of devices:
    -s [[[[<domain>]:]<bus>]:][<slot>][.[<func>]] Show only devices in selected slots
    -d [<vendor>]:[<device>] Show only devices with specified ID's

    Other options:
    -i <file> Use specified ID database instead of %s
    -p <file> Look up kernel modules in a given file instead of default modules.pcimap
    -M Enable `bus mapping' mode (dangerous; root only)

    PCI access options:
    -A <method> Use the specified PCI access method (see `-A help' for a list)
    -O <par>=<val> Set PCI access parameter (see `-O help' for a list)
    -G Enable PCI access debugging
    -H <mode> Use direct hardware access (<mode> = 1 or 2)
    -F <file> Read PCI configuration dump from a given file


    ==================================


    Again, thanks for the interest ...

    tyc

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    Not trying to but in again. But what I think jay is looking for is a readout like mine below. My sound works by the way. Also. If you could hit the advanced tab under quick reply and use the code tag "#"
    Code:
     insert paste here
    .

    It will be easier to read your posts.

    Code:
    :~$ lsmod
    Module                  Size  Used by
    nls_iso8859_1           4992  0 
    nls_cp437               6656  0 
    vfat                   14464  0 
    fat                    54556  1 vfat
    binfmt_misc            12808  1 
    sbs                    15112  0 
    video                  19856  0 
    output                  4736  1 video
    i915                   32640  2 
    drm                    82452  3 i915
    dock                   11280  0 
    sbshc                   7680  1 sbs
    ppdev                  10372  0 
    acpi_cpufreq           10796  2 
    cpufreq_powersave       2688  0 
    cpufreq_ondemand        9740  1 
    cpufreq_stats           7104  0 
    freq_table              5536  3 acpi_cpufreq,cpufreq_ondemand,cpufreq_stats
    cpufreq_conservative     8712  0 
    cpufreq_userspace       5284  0 
    battery                14212  0 
    ipv6                  268164  10 
    xt_limit                3584  8 
    xt_tcpudp               4096  7 
    ipt_LOG                 7296  8 
    ipt_MASQUERADE          4608  0 
    ipt_TOS                 3200  0 
    ipt_REJECT              5632  1 
    nf_conntrack_irc        7576  0 
    nf_conntrack_ftp       10144  0 
    xt_state                3328  6 
    af_packet              23812  2 
    aes_i586               33536  0 
    dm_crypt               15364  0 
    dm_mod                 62660  1 dm_crypt
    ac                      6916  0 
    coretemp                8448  0 
    lp                     12324  0 
    snd_hda_intel         346264  3 
    snd_pcm_oss            42144  0 
    parport_pc             36260  1 
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    snd_hwdep              10500  1 snd_hda_intel
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    Quote Originally Posted by rokytnji View Post
    Not trying to but in again. But what I think jay is looking for is a readout like mine below. My sound works by the way. Also. If you could hit the advanced tab under quick reply and use the code tag "#"
    Code:
     insert paste here
    .

    It will be easier to read your posts.

    $ lsmod
    Module Size Used by
    nls_iso8859_1 4992 0
    nls_cp437 6656 0
    Not for a moment do I mind ... you're interest is also appreciated, probably more than you know ... but I've got to ask, how did you get that human readable display? Tried listing with "ls -h lsmod" and that didn't work. What did you do? How'd you do it?

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    Tried listing with "ls -h lsmod" and that didn't work. What did you do? How'd you do it?
    I don't run SlackWare so I am unfamiliar with what commands Slackware uses.
    That was why I responded with my inxi post in the previous page.
    You can install inxi into SlackWare by the way. It is not just for AntiX which is what I run.

    Any hows. To get my readout. All I had to type in user mode in terminal was
    lsmod
    If you install inxi like I posted on the previous page. You can type into terminal after inxi is installed
    inxi -F
    and post that readout for Jay and for just the soundcard
    inxi -A
    will give what module is boing used by the soundcard at present time.

    Hope that Helps ya. Happy Trails, Rok
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    Quote Originally Posted by jayd512 View Post
    lsmod = list modules

    It will list all of the drivers/firmware that are running on your machine.
    Still working on it ...

    May have to go the "inxi" route as recently suggested.

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    With Slack you might have to enter the command as such:
    Code:
    /sbin/lsmod
    Just copy the output here, in a [CODE] tag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jayd512 View Post
    With Slack you might have to enter the command as such:
    Code:
    /sbin/lsmod
    Just copy the output here, in a [CODE] tag.
    While I've been writing HTML for years, I don't understand that "code tag" you just
    mentioned

    As for the "/sbin/lsmod" suggestion, can't believe how easy that was ... and yet there's nothing in the Slackware material I can recall which suggests doing that, and there's nothing in the Unix "Help" commands library either. How'd you come across that one?

    Here's the long delayed file dump you asked about:

    bash-3.1$ cd ../../..
    bash-3.1$ clear

    bash-3.1$ ls -ag
    total 96
    drwxr-xr-x 22 root 4096 2010-03-26 13:20 .
    drwxr-xr-x 22 root 4096 2010-03-26 13:20 ..
    drwxr-xr-x 2 root 4096 2009-05-23 02:39 bin
    drwxr-xr-x 2 root 4096 2010-03-24 11:33 boot
    drwxr-xr-x 15 root 15100 2010-03-27 11:28 dev
    drwxr-xr-x 68 root 4096 2010-03-27 11:27 etc
    drwx------ 1 root 4096 2010-03-10 12:29 fat-c
    drwxr-xr-x 4 root 4096 2010-03-25 16:45 home
    drwxr-xr-x 5 root 4096 2009-05-23 02:36 lib
    drwxr-xr-x 2 root 4096 2010-03-24 11:30 lib64
    drwx------ 2 root 16384 2010-03-24 11:20 lost+found
    drwxr-xr-x 16 root 4096 2010-03-27 11:27 media
    drwxr-xr-x 10 root 4096 2006-09-25 23:09 mnt
    drwxr-xr-x 5 root 4096 2010-03-26 13:20 opt
    dr-xr-xr-x 151 root 0 2010-03-27 07:27 proc
    drwx--x--- 9 root 4096 2010-03-26 16:33 root
    drwxr-xr-x 2 root 12288 2009-04-28 13:32 sbin
    drwxr-xr-x 2 root 4096 2010-03-24 11:29 srv
    drwxr-xr-x 12 root 0 2010-03-27 07:27 sys
    drwxrwxrwt 7 root 4096 2010-03-27 11:29 tmp
    drwxrwxr-x 19 root 4096 2009-08-18 08:29 usr
    drwxr-xr-x 17 root 4096 2009-05-23 00:18 var
    bash-3.1$ /sbn/lsmod
    bash: /sbn/lsmod: No such file or directory
    bash-3.1$ /sbin/lsmod
    Module Size Used by
    i915 168584 1
    drm 168128 2 i915
    snd_seq_dummy 3172 0
    snd_seq_oss 33536 0
    snd_seq_midi_event 7264 1 snd_seq_oss
    snd_seq 56320 5 snd_seq_dummy,snd_seq_oss,snd_seq_midi_event
    snd_seq_device 7188 3 snd_seq_dummy,snd_seq_oss,snd_seq
    snd_pcm_oss 42976 0
    snd_mixer_oss 16768 1 snd_pcm_oss
    ipv6 288704 18
    pcmcia 36824 0
    pcmcia_core 36804 1 pcmcia
    cpufreq_ondemand 8016 2
    acpi_cpufreq 8536 0
    freq_table 4160 2 cpufreq_ondemand,acpi_cpufreq
    lp 11972 0
    ppdev 8488 0
    parport_pc 28200 0
    parport 36752 3 lp,ppdev,parport_pc
    joydev 11968 0
    fuse 60096 7
    ath9k 328688 0
    snd_hda_codec_intelhdmi 13728 1
    mac80211 171288 1 ath9k
    snd_hda_codec_idt 68256 1
    uvcvideo 63436 0
    snd_hda_intel 27176 2
    cfg80211 42064 1 mac80211
    snd_hda_codec 60192 3 snd_hda_codec_intelhdmi,snd_hda_codec_idt,snd_hda_ intel
    videodev 43168 1 uvcvideo
    rtc_cmos 11928 0
    snd_hwdep 8456 1 snd_hda_codec
    snd_pcm 80872 3 snd_pcm_oss,snd_hda_intel,snd_hda_codec
    rtc_core 19652 1 rtc_cmos
    rfkill 11316 2 ath9k
    thermal 18880 0
    psmouse 46748 0
    v4l1_compat 15364 2 uvcvideo,videodev
    video 20148 0
    r8169 37860 0
    intel_agp 30960 1
    snd_timer 22256 2 snd_seq,snd_pcm
    sg 29920 0
    i2c_i801 10400 0
    button 7328 0
    ac 5000 0
    battery 12488 0
    evdev 11392 13
    serio_raw 6116 0
    v4l2_compat_ioctl32 10912 1 videodev
    output 3136 1 video
    wmi 7456 0
    rtc_lib 2880 1 rtc_core
    mii 5216 1 r8169
    processor 43960 4 acpi_cpufreq,thermal
    led_class 4360 1 ath9k
    snd 65000 16 snd_seq_oss,snd_seq,snd_seq_device,snd_pcm_oss,snd _mixer_oss,snd_hda_codec_intelhdmi,snd_hda_codec_i dt,snd_hda_intel,snd_hda_codec,snd_hwdep,snd_pcm,s nd_timer
    thermal_sys 13088 3 thermal,video,processor
    hwmon 2728 1 thermal_sys
    soundcore 7168 1 snd
    snd_page_alloc 9616 2 snd_hda_intel,snd_pcm
    bash-3.1$ cd

    While I'm at it ... earlier today I was going thru those unix commands and came across "sound test". Tried it ... and nothing. The display suggested the testing and sound generation was in progress but - no sound - at all.

    Again, thanks.

    tyc

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