Wanted: Sound Guru
JDrabb at darden.com
Tue Dec 11 08:30:23 PST 2001
Thanks for the tip Ed. I know that I compiled it as a module. When
I insmod es1370 I get and error: device not found. If it was
compiled into the kernel I would get an error like: module es1370 not
found from the insmod command.
In article <200112111620.LAA00147 at bethe.phy.uc.edu>, "Edward Pinski"
<pinskie at physics.uc.edu> wrote:
> Well, of course you can't insmod es1370, specially if you built it into
> the kernel, which is what it seems you have. Have you tried a console
> based sound program? If not, try mp3blaster and use a mp3 on it, and
> see if you get sound. If you do, well, you already have sound working
> Edward Pinski
>> Hey group,
>> I have been trying for 3 days now to get my sound card working. I am
>> able to insmod soundcore but when I try to insmod es1370 I get a device
>> not found error.
>> I am running an AMD 750 with 224 MB and an Creative Audio PCI 128 sound
>> card. I have LFS and Redhat 7.2 on two different partitions. When I
>> boot into RH sound works fine and the modules soundcore and es1370 are
>> loaded. Under LFS I can't get es1370 to load. There has to be some
>> step that I am missing.
>> Here is the Kernel messages when I boot LFS:
>> es1370: version v0.37 time 01:28:31 Dec 8 2001 AMD756: dev 1274:5000,
>> router pirq : 1 get irq : 9 PCI: Found IRQ 9 for device 00:09.0
>> es1370: found adapter at io 0xda00 irq 9 es1370: features: joystick
>> off, line in, mic impedance 0 PCI: Found IRQ 10 for device 00:08.0
>> PCI: Sharing IRQ 10 with 00:07.4
>> eth0: Lite-On PNIC-II rev 37 at 0xce88cf00, 00:A0:CC:E2:F8:0C, IRQ 10.
>> Under /etc/modules.conf I have:
>> alias sound es1370
>> alias sound-slot-0 es1370
>> alias sound-service-0-3 es1370
>> Also every once time after I boot LFS I get a weird message printed to
>> the console:
>> spurious 8259A interrupt: IRQ7.
>> What is up with that?
>> Please help I have been pounding my head for 3 days and I haven't been
>> able to finish up my LFS system beyond just a console.
>> Jim Drabb
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