[vox-if] Re: IF update - thank you

Shorter Rankin vox-if@lists.lugod.org
Sat, 03 Apr 04 01:01:11 +0800

Hi Mark,

Please excuse my extreme rudeness in not
getting back to you sooner. Sound works
fine on the TP600. All I have to do is type
modprobe cs4232 when I log in. There
are no errors. Modules.conf has the
options  (io, dma, etc.) that you entered.

Also, after I type modprobe cs4232 I 
lsmod and see that soundcore, etc
is there. If I don't modprobe it in then
soundcore isn't loaded.

So, should I put something in 
somewhere so this gets loaded
automatically. Sorry for the
rookie question.


You also helped me with a TP760XL
and I've done quite a lot with it. Now
it is a nice little travelling companion.

On Wed, 24 Mar 2004 12:00:01 -0800, Mark Kim wrote:
>   1. Re: IF update - thank you (Mark K. Kim)
>Message: 1
>Date: Tue, 23 Mar 2004 10:17:06 -0800 (PST)
>From: "Mark K. Kim" <lugod@cbreak.org>
>To: "vox-if@lists.lugod.org" <vox-if@lists.lugod.org>
>Subject: Re: [vox-if] IF update - thank you
>Reply-To: vox-if@lists.lugod.org
>Hi Shorter.  Remember the volume goes down after the reboot?  Install KMix
>and set the volume and save them to be restored later.  We did reboot
>several times and the sound was still working so it's probably working
>still - just set the volume.  And FYI, the sound wasn't working under
>Knoppix either - we had to turn it on manually like this:
>   # modprobe cs4232 io=0x530 irq=5 dma=1
>Which is also how we tested the card under SUSE also, and then we
>committed the test results into modules.conf by the following lines:
>   alias sound cs4232
>   options cs4232 io=0x530 irq=5 dma=1
>Which should still be in modules.conf.
>I hope that helps.

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