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ALSA for Puppy?
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Rhino


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PostPosted: Mon 03 Oct 2005, 23:39    Post subject:  ALSA for Puppy?  

I had sound working a couple of releases ago in Puppy when ALSA was part of one of the releases with a different kernel than we are using now. Is it possible to include ALSA in a future release using the current kernel or could it be provided as a dotpup (possibly a totally ridiculous question)? I understand that Puppy now has some ability to compile, but my ability to do so is extremely limited. What is my best option to get sound going in Puppy? I will post my specs here when I can get at my Puppy machine.

Thanks as always! Very Happy
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MU


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Location: Karlsruhe, Germany

PostPosted: Tue 04 Oct 2005, 00:26    Post subject:  

There are Kernel-modules available, see this post:

http://www.murga.org/%7Epuppy/viewtopic.php?t=2667

There is a thread about Alsa too in the beginnersforum:
http://www.murga.org/%7Epuppy/viewtopic.php?t=2214

Sorry I cannot help more detailed, but maybe these links could help you.

Mark
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Rhino


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PostPosted: Wed 05 Oct 2005, 00:12    Post subject:  

Thanks for the help. I scanned through all of the drivers in the tarball and tried unsuccessfully to get several likely candidates to work (removing them after they did not).

I have a Realtek ALC250...so I tried ac97 and its variants, however from what I have read, I need snd-atiixp. Would it be possible for someone to compile that driver using Vector (or Puppy) for this kernel? Is that even possible?
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PostPosted: Wed 05 Oct 2005, 00:16    Post subject:  

The following is my output from #lsmod:

Module Size Used by Not tainted
ndiswrapper 105076 1
keybdev 1860 0 (unused)
mousedev 4020 1
hid 20804 0 (unused)
usbmouse 1880 0 (unused)
input 3360 0 [keybdev mousedev hid usbmouse]
sr_mod 14488 0 (unused)
ide-cd 29504 0
cdrom 27744 0 [sr_mod ide-cd]
unionfs 157488 1
nls_iso8859-1 2812 0 (autoclean)
ntfs 82764 0 (unused)
sd_mod 11404 0 (unused)
usb-ohci 19336 0 (unused)
usbcore 59596 1 [ndiswrapper hid usbmouse usb-ohci]
ds 6580 1
8139too 13480 0 (autoclean)
mii 2320 0 (autoclean) [8139too]
crc32 2896 0 (autoclean) [8139too]
yenta_socket 10436 1 (autoclean)
pcmcia_core 40228 0 (autoclean) [ds yenta_socket]
scsi_mod 93972 2 [sr_mod sd_mod]
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Rhino


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PostPosted: Wed 05 Oct 2005, 00:18    Post subject:  

Query PCI gives the following output:

===== query_pci_devices =====
1524: 520 (5,1) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1524: 550 (8,5) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1524: 530 (5,1) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1524:1411 (6,7) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
10ec:8139 (2,0) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
168c: 13 (2,0) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1106:3044 (12,0) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1002:5835 (3,0) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1002:434d (7,3) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1002:4341 (4,1) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1002:4342 (6,4) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1002:434c (6,1) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1002:4349 (1,1) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1002:4353 (12,5) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1002:4345 (12,3) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1002:4348 (12,3) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1002:4347 (12,3) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1002:5838 (6,4) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1002:5831 (6,0) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)

===== parse_pci_devices =====
No info found about the device 168c. 13 (ETHERNET)!
Please send a snapshot of this window to
puppy@goosee.com. Also read Modules HOWTO.
No info found about the device 1002.4341 (AUDIO)!
Please send a snapshot of this window to
puppy@goosee.com. Also read Modules HOWTO.
No info found about the device 1002.4345 (USB)!
Please send a snapshot of this window to
puppy@goosee.com. Also read Modules HOWTO.
No info found about the device 1002.4348 (USB)!
Please send a snapshot of this window to
puppy@goosee.com. Also read Modules HOWTO.
No info found about the device 1002.4347 (USB)!
Please send a snapshot of this window to
puppy@goosee.com. Also read Modules HOWTO.
1524: 520 (5,1) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] MEMORY (null)
1524: 550 (8,5) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] SYSTEM (null)
1524: 530 (5,1) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] MEMORY (null)
1524:1411 (6,7) 11 [ ENE Technology Inc - CB1411 CardBus Controller ] CARDBUS yenta_socket
10ec:8139 (2,0) 11 [ Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. - RTL-8139 ] ETHERNET 8139too
168c: 13 (2,0) 1 [ (null) - (null) ] ETHERNET (null)
1106:3044 (12,0) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] SERIAL (null)
1002:5835 (3,0) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] DISPLAY (null)
1002:434d (7,3) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] COMM PORT (null)
1002:4341 (4,1) 1 [ (null) - (null) ] AUDIO (null)
1002:4342 (6,4) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] BRIDGE (null)
1002:434c (6,1) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] BRIDGE (null)
1002:4349 (1,1) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] EIDE (null)
1002:4353 (12,5) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] SERIAL (null)
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Rhino


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PostPosted: Wed 05 Oct 2005, 00:20    Post subject:  

Here is the list of modules:

No info found about the device 168c. 13 (ETHERNET)!
Please send a snapshot of this window to
puppy@goosee.com. Also read Modules HOWTO.
No info found about the device 1002.4341 (AUDIO)!
Please send a snapshot of this window to
puppy@goosee.com. Also read Modules HOWTO.
No info found about the device 1002.4345 (USB)!
Please send a snapshot of this window to
puppy@goosee.com. Also read Modules HOWTO.
No info found about the device 1002.4348 (USB)!
Please send a snapshot of this window to
puppy@goosee.com. Also read Modules HOWTO.
No info found about the device 1002.4347 (USB)!
Please send a snapshot of this window to
puppy@goosee.com. Also read Modules HOWTO.
CARDBUS yenta_socket: ENE Technology Inc CB1411 CardBus Controller (1524:1411) running.
ETHERNET 8139too : Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL-8139 (10ec:8139) running.
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