Date: 15 Sep 2004 02:46:06 -0400
I'm new to Linux, just installed it the other day. I'm having trouble
playing back mp3's and such using various SuSE 9.1 Personal players.
Songs playback triple speed (at least). I looked into the situation
with drivers and found none were active. I found out that I needed to
install modprobe au8820. When I tried
running that command, I got the message FATAL: module
not found. Then I ran [b:403b851782]modinfo
soundcore[/b:403b851782] and received this:
Author: Alan Cox
Description: Core sound module
vermagic: 2.6.4-52-default 586 REGPARM gcc-3.3
What the frig does that mean? Where can I find
[b:403b851782]au8820[/b:403b851782] & when (if) I find it how do
I install it?
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