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My /proc/asound/cards seems to change card orientation on a whim. Primarily my USB camera and V8235 swap between 0 and 2. I can find out where my sound card is ...
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    [SOLVED] Locking sound drivers


    My /proc/asound/cards seems to change card orientation on a whim.
    Primarily my USB camera and V8235 swap between 0 and 2.
    I can find out where my sound card is after booting using cat /proc/asound/cards | egrep 8235
    Only when V8235 is 0 will play "some_sound_fil" function.
    I learned on Ubuntu systems they modify /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.
    They use: options snd-<onboard_alsa_driver_ name> index=#
    Slackware 13.0 seems to require options to be placed in /etc/modprobe.d/modprobe.conf.
    If I place the following into /etc/modprobe.d/modprobe.conf, will Slackware lock the order at each bootup? AND is this the correct format and order?
    option snd_via82xx index=0
    option snd_bt87x index=1
    option snd_usb_audio index=2
    Tnx

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    [SOLVED] Locking sound drivers

    After placing the following in /etc/modprobe.d/sound my sound has returned but not my pc speaker capability:
    options snd_via82xx index=0
    options snd_bt87x index=1
    options snd_usb_audio index=2

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