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Re: [SLE] custom kernel = no sound
hi,

you can get rid of this by editing /etc/modules.conf :

alias sound-slot-0 off
alias sound-service-0-3 off

greets,

chris

Am Dienstag, 21. August 2001 03:33 schrieb J:
> Here is more information:
>
> Aug 20 21:03:18 workstation modprobe: modprobe: Can't locate module
> sound-slot-0
> Aug 20 21:03:18 workstation modprobe: modprobe: Can't locate module
> sound-servic
> e-0-3
>
> How do I get this out of module state?
>
> J wrote:
> > I just downloaded 2.4.9 and compiled, but now I can't get the sound to
> > work, everything else seems ok. I am using the Asus A7V133 motherboard,
> > the sound is built onto the board and is a VIA82c686a. I built that
> > into the kernel but no luck. Also, I built all my options into the
> > kernel so I don't need to use modules, but during boot modprobe is still
> > probing. Before I built my custom kernel, I copied vmlinuz to
> > vmlinuz.original so I can boot to the SuSE original configuration and
> > the sound works. But I need to build my own so that I can burn cd's.
> > Any help, would be greatly appreciated. TIA
> >
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