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    /dev/snd/seq What files should be there?


    When i run a game it want the ALSA drivers but it cant find /dev/snd/seq so i created the seq directory but now i want to know what files to put in there.
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    The file is created by the kernel, you don't create that folder. Try alsaconf in a terminal
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    Dont work. I have Ubuntu 6.06 LTS

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    apt-get install alsa-utils
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xphome
    When i run a game it want the ALSA drivers but it cant find /dev/snd/seq
    Typing
    Code:
    sudo modprobe snd_seq
    in a terminal will take care of this.
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