Re: AC97 driver does not install with Linux 18.104.22.168-12mdk kernel
From: Yotam (sh.yotam_at_gmail.com)
Date: 7 Feb 2005 02:29:30 -0800
Looks like problem solved. No Midi sound yet, but got wave and stuff
I've used ALSA 1.08, not the driver from the Realtek site.
Then I followed this, using a AZX (azalia) as my card:
I copied most of the moduleprob.conf file from the one that was in the
driver package downloaded from Realtek.
"alex" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:<email@example.com>...
> I emailed their technical support in taiwan several times, and I never
> got a response. That sound card does not show either as a compatible,
> or as a certified hardware for mandrake 10.1. However, shoudn't that
> be compatible with the AC97 intel standard? I guess not. The OS
> installs ok, but then there is absolutely no sound, and that's why we
> need to install this custom driver that doesn't want to compile... It
> would be insteresting to try with a different distribution, or with an
> earlier version of the OS (maybe 9.x) and see if there is sound. If
> so, then we should note what the exact configuration is. It could well
> be the case that the OS does not detect the correct hardware, and
> therefore it enables the wrong driver. These are just theories on my
> side, I don't know anything about sound architecture...
> Yotam wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Same problem as Alex, with Realtek High Definition Sound... (maybe
> > driver for both?).
> > Clue-less at the moment (probably linux kernel "too" advanced for
> > driver).
> > Yotam...