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Originally Posted by dylunio What errors did you get when you tried to install? I'm not sure about the REGPARM or NOREGPARM thing, maybe someone else can put an input ...
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- 01-19-2005 #11
Originally Posted by dylunio
Checking for any previously installed sound drivers... *** Sound driver is already running - trying to unload it *** You appear to have the the kernel level sound driver installed as a loadable module. Unload it by executing rmmod sound and try installing OSS/Linux again. If this error repeats again you probably have the sound driver being loaded automagically by the kerneld daemon. In this case you should log out from the X Windows session, then press <ctl><alt><F1> and log in on the Linux console as root and then install OSS again. Am I allowed to do these changes automatically for you (Y/N) ? y Trying to disable the conflicting sound driver /etc/modprobe.conf backed up to /etc/modprobe.conf.bak Unloading the existing sound driver Done. Xlib: connection to ":0.0" refused by server Xlib: Invalid MIT-MAGIC-COOKIE-1 key Can't connect to display: :0.0 Can't connect to display: :0.0 OSS/Linux kernel module not available. Cannot continue. Please try to install OSS again. * Open Sound System installation completed successfully * Device configuration has been saved to /usr/lib/oss/etc/devices.cfg Execute /usr/lib/oss/bin/soundconf if you want to change configuration. Start the driver by using /usr/lib/oss/bin/soundon command See /usr/lib/oss/Readme for further instructions
Building the OSS kernel module - please wait... Building the OSS/Linux module failed. Please see /usr/lib/oss/logs/soundon.log for details.
- 01-20-2005 #12