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ALSA don't recognize some ISA legacy card on Puppy 3.0
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Kosh

Joined: 27 Sep 2007
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PostPosted: Tue 09 Oct 2007, 15:58    Post subject:  

Haha, yes, soundcards... always a source of fun (together with modems; I had the same problems in the days of Suse 6 when ALSA was still brand-spanking new).
My old PII/333 happens to have an AWE32, which of course is not recognized, either. But I can pretend it's an SB16. In 2.17. the wizard would not even let me do this, but the one in 3.00 it does. The sound test then didn't produce any sound though (and yes, the speakers were on). But maybe I just need to give it another try, that seems to do the trick for this box.

I also found it helped to unselect everything but the SB16 detection.
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redrat

Joined: 04 Aug 2007
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PostPosted: Wed 10 Oct 2007, 03:44    Post subject: solved ALSA  

I've installed Puppy 3.0 on HD (leaving the livecd booting) and in the ALSA wizard of the ISA card I've unchecked all the drivers (as HairyWill says) leaving only the Sb8, then all works correctly.
About the shutting down problem I've controlled my BIOS settings (I apologize with Sage for the mismatch in thread) but the acpi is switched on and the command line acpi=force or acpi=on don't works in menu lst file in /boot/grub directory . Is it possible that I'ven't understood the correct location ? It is possible for me to shut off the computer with power key but every time I've to type xwin in the command line at boot, I don't know if this may do problems at the system if usually used.
Many thanks for any help.
Alberto-Italy
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