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Haw anyone tried to put this intel drivers on slackware 11? i have a problem with my audio. Help anyone? p.s. I am a newbie with linux...
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    intel 82801EB audio drivers help!


    Haw anyone tried to put this intel drivers on slackware 11? i have a problem with my audio. Help anyone?

    p.s. I am a newbie with linux

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    what kernel are you running? (uname -a)
    What happens when you run alsaconf?
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    i am using the 2.4.33.3 kernel for now...
    Thanks i didn't know the alsaconf i run it and it worked fine!!!
    Thank you very much

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    Quote Originally Posted by x-nos
    i am using the 2.4.33.3 kernel for now...
    Thanks i didn't know the alsaconf i run it and it worked fine!!!
    Thank you very much
    So the sound is now working?
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    Yes it worked fine. Thanks again! The only problem now is the wi-fi card in laptop
    Inpocom IPN2220! I think there is no linux drivers for that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by x-nos
    Yes it worked fine. Thanks again! The only problem now is the wi-fi card in laptop
    Inpocom IPN2220! I think there is no linux drivers for that...
    check out ndiswrapper. It allows windows drivers to be used on linux
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    Ok! I put the 2.6.19.1 kernel on laptop but wen linux starts i don't see the letters! You know... where i supposed to login and all the previous thinks that loads! Do you know why is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by x-nos
    Ok! I put the 2.6.19.1 kernel on laptop but wen linux starts i don't see the letters! You know... where i supposed to login and all the previous thinks that loads! Do you know why is that?
    does anything load?
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    well when i see the hard disk's led stop then i log in in without seeing anything and then i type startx and starts kde normaly so i guess it loads everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by x-nos
    well when i see the hard disk's led stop then i log in in without seeing anything and then i type startx and starts kde normaly so i guess it loads everything
    No, now that you upgraded the kernel, where does it stop?
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