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Old 02-20-2002
The other thing that you can do is:

if you have a multi operation system( I mean windows as well)

Get all the details from the properties about your card. (IRQs etc).
Then you might find a way to configure it without the automatic option. sndconfig --help will give you the option for not to scan. You will have to do it manually. Sometimes there is a conflict with other peripherals when you are using on-board equipment.

Chers
 
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ESDCTL(1)						     Enlightened Sound Daemon							 ESDCTL(1)

NAME
esdctl - The Enlightened Sound Daemon DESCRIPTION
Command-line control program for EsounD USAGE
esdctl [options] [command] options: "-s", --server=host:port contact esd server on host at port commands: lock foreign clients may not use the server unlock foreign clients may use the server standby, off suspend sound output for other programs resume, on resume sound output cache sample cache a sample in the server getid name retrieve a sample id from its name free name uncache a sample in the server play name play a cached sample once loop name make a cached sample loop stop name stop the looping sample at end serverinfo get server info from server allinfo get player and sample info from server panstream id left right set panning for a stream pansample id left right set default panning for a sample - left/right pan values scaled to 256. standbymode see if server's on standby, etc. SEE ALSO
esd(1), esdcat(1), esddsp(1), esdloop(1), esdplay(1), esdsample(1), esd-config(1), esdfilt(1), esdmon(1), esdrec(1) 3rd Berkeley Distribution EsounD 0.2.28 ESDCTL(1)