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Old 05-10-2002
Modem/Sound combo

I just got yet another PI! yay! Smilie . one problem... the sound/modem card is not detected by the kernel or even by windows PnP! i dunno of any UNIX driverDB online, but if you could point me to one, it would be fantastic!
boris888
# 2  
Old 05-11-2002
What kind of modem / sound?

If it's all onboard, you may have a problem. Look on the manufacturer's site.
# 3  
Old 05-15-2002
It's an EISA card. dunno the manufacturer, probably nolonger exists, made in '93.
boris888
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Old 05-15-2002
how about $sndconfig are you able to get the sound card configured or at least at the stage of auto-probeing. If you able to get to:
$sndconfig

on your unix and im sure there will be a step for autoprobe your current sound card. If its not succesfull it will show on screen that this sound card is not supported. Also try to post the output of:

$ dmesg | grep EISA

Also post what is your current kernel. If the card is not supported by your current kernel you may try to upgrade your kernel to the latest. More latest kernel having a wide numbers of devices supported on it. Give a try and do post the above informations.
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Old 05-16-2002
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Originally posted by killerserv
how about $sndconfig are you able to get the sound card configured or at least at the stage of auto-probeing. If you able to get to:
$sndconfig

on your unix and im sure there will be a step for autoprobe your current sound card. If its not succesfull it will show on screen that this sound card is not supported. Also try to post the output of:

$ dmesg | grep EISA

Also post what is your current kernel. If the card is not supported by your current kernel you may try to upgrade your kernel to the latest. More latest kernel having a wide numbers of devices supported on it. Give a try and do post the above informations.
Thank you, but I'm 14, and I've been using Linux for half-a-month! this is kinda going over my head.
I'm running kernel 2.4.2, and there is no autoprobe data when the kernel detects new hardware. I'll check tonight just what card it is, then go over my man pages again. thank you!
boris888
 

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