alsa troubles

Raul A. Gallegos raul at
Mon Jun 11 18:16:17 EDT 2001

yep.  I totally didn think of isapnp.  I've done an pnpdump > /etc/isapnp.conf and now am in the process of editing it but I'm not sure of what I need to edit 
out.  If you or anyone on the list have an isapnp.conf file I can look at for reference I'd appreciate it.

Question.  You said to configure the alsa-driver with configure options:


Does it not make sense to use isapnp=yes?  I'm confused on this point.  I'm using a Soundblaster awe-64-pnp isa card.

Best regards and thanks for help.

On Sun, 10 Jun 2001 22:07:21 -0400 (EDT), Frank Carmickle wrote:

>Hi Raul
>I think your trouble is isapnp related.  What you will want to do is
>configure the alsa-drivers with the ./configure --with-cards=sbawe
>--with-isapnp=no.  Then you will want to get the isapnp package working
>and edit the file /etc/isapnp.conf to properly configure the card.  Feel
>free to call if you need more help.

Raul A. Gallegos -- raul at
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