[sf-lug] sf-lug Digest, Vol 5, Issue 20
johnlowry at gmail.com
Sun Apr 23 17:42:51 PDT 2006
Oh, yes, sorry. All of those commands were meant to come as root. Also, the
lack of a dsp device is a bit troubling, can anyone else help us out here on
this issue? I know you can mknod but not sure what he should do beyond
Here is what I would try next, again as root:
The semicolons were a way of separating the commands, while hitting enter
only once. You can also run them one at a time. I am not sure, but these
might make the dsp device in the /dev directory. Anyone who has more
experience at this car to help us out? I am still learning and can use some
guidance here as well.
> On 4/20/06, Alex Kleider <a_kleider at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > First, thankyou very much for the help I'm getting;
> > Here's what I can report so far-
> > 1. I tried the modinfo soundcore command which went unrecognized until
> > I got the bright idea of trying it as Root user with the following
> > result:
> > [root at localhost alex]# modinfo soundcore
> > filename: /lib/modules/184.108.40.206-12mdk/kernel/sound/soundcore.ko.gz
> > description: Core sound module
> > author: Alan Cox
> > license: GPL
> > alias: char-major-14-*
> > vermagic: 220.127.116.11-12mdk 686 gcc-3.4
> > depends:
> > the alsaconfig command is unrecognized even if comming from root:
> > [root at localhost alex]# alsaconf
> > bash: alsaconf: command not found
> > [root at localhost alex]#
> > Another clue is that at boot I get the following message:
> > Sound server informational message:
> > Error while initializing the sound driver:
> > device /dev/dsp can't be oopened (no such file or directory)
> > The sound server will continue using the null output device.
> > in fact it's true: there is no dsp file on the /dev directory.
> > I'm a little timid about typing:
> > modprobe snd-sb16;modprobe snd-pcm-oss;modprobe snd-mixer-oss;modprobe
> > snd-seq-oss
> > is this literally what I should type? I've not seen terminal commands
> > contain semi-colons.
> > I'll do it with a little reassurance and encouragement!
> > Thanks, John (and to Davide who has been sending me some help as well.)
> > I'll keep at this for a while but am also in the process of following
> > Davide's advice and burning a Kbuntu live CD to see if I might want to
> > switch from Mand..linux.
> > alex at kleider.net
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