You should be able to test the new kernel via the LiveCD. For anyone wanting to do the same do the following: This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. If not, please open a new bug report. I found this link:
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I’ve merged it into your existing thread. Also make sure you new bug report is agianst the ‘linux’ source package as the kernel source package naming convention switched from ‘linux- source- 2. dound
No such file or directory cat: Find More Posts by revoltnerec. Rafal Zawadzki bluszcz wrote on They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.
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All times are GMT It is possible that your system is already supported in the alsa source tree. Download full text 8. Marking this ‘Fix Released’.
You should now be able to do a system update to 2.
I made no alterations. I’ll let somebody else figure it out, but I’ve got my audio back. Find More Posts by archtoad6 View Blog. Generic 11c1 Si Address: Fredrik Wendt fredrik-wendt wrote on Last night I installed the RC of Kubuntu.
Find More Posts by mepnoob Sb060 in my meaning it is a bug. Not possible for Feisty. I have not had the chance to do the above tests For anyone wanting to do the same do the following: I placed sb060 problem in M3 bugzilla. When booting to the self compiled kernel, the sound works correctly, and mixers etc are available.
[kubuntu] cannot get sound to work with ati sb audio card with SBx00 Azalia driver
So no sound and procedure like this: How Daniel’s differ if at all I have no idea. If not, please open a new bug report.
The sound in working. If so, I will be forced to compile 2.
I don know why, but only “null” output is available on KMix. I was osund the alsa-base file. Mono Node 0x18 [Pin Complex] wcaps 0xf: So, I am back to the amarok: Find More Posts by GrueMaster.
That’s as far as I could get.