[Lugstuff] Thank you all! There is sound!
kaori.hinata at gmail.com
Sat Jan 23 21:23:26 EST 2010
Glad to hear it. Having a vague idea of how each gear fits into one big
machine always helps out when error messages do not and in the case of
Linux, the gears of this big machine have labels if you can find them.
(P.S. If the people who read the Digest version of these threads could
edit their subject lines appropriately as mentioned in the digest
"When replying, please edit your Subject line so it is more specific..."
...then we won't have threads split up like this one. Thanks.)
On Sat, Jan 23, 2010 at 08:58:59PM -0500, David F Bleil wrote:
> Thank you to all who made suggestions and comments. The key seems to have been
> the understanding that PulseAudio and ALSA talk to each other, or at least
> supposed to.??
> ?After fumbling around with the driver I got from the chip manufacturer site I
> got to an error I could understand. ?The compiler was complaining about a
> field called CFLAGS, and said the source should be changed to EXTRA_CFLAGS. ?I
> googled that and found an entry explaining that someone had installed the
> 1.0.19 version of the driver and it fixed everything with a link to the ALSA
> site. ?I went there and got their latest source along with all the related
> utilities and libraries for 1.0.22! ??Finally, everything worked, no more
> error message about snd-via82xx.
> Once again Linux has proved to be a learning experience whether I wanted it or
> not. However there is help when needed and that is what makes this a
> David Bleil
> Catboat Sailor from Crofton
> Suse Linux 11.1
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