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Rhino


Joined: 04 May 2005
Posts: 262
Location: Cincinnati, OH, USA

PostPosted: Wed 11 May 2005, 22:47    Post subject:  SB Audigy sound  

In using the new Puppy1.02RC-Mozilla I have found that my sound now works after I simply go to the Rxvt terminal and type:

modprobe emu10k1

After that the sound works perfectly for DVD and mp3's. I did notice that after I switched from fvwm95 to IceWM I had to to type the command again in Rxvt.

Nice job! Very Happy
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BarryK
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Joined: 09 May 2005
Posts: 7047
Location: Perth, Western Australia

PostPosted: Thu 12 May 2005, 09:59    Post subject:  

Can you let me know some details about your sound card, so when 1.0.2 gets officially released, you won't have to type anything.

Go to the menu Start -> Control panel -> Hardware probe
and click on the "Query PCI" button, then let me know the line about the sound card.
In particular, I need to know the first field, which is two numbers, like this 1234:5678.
Also, click on "Modules" button, see what it reports about sound.
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Rhino


Joined: 04 May 2005
Posts: 262
Location: Cincinnati, OH, USA

PostPosted: Thu 12 May 2005, 19:53    Post subject:  

Barry,

I get no output from modules and Query PCI gives me the following even when the sound works.

===== query_pci_devices =====
14e4:4212 (7,3) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1102:4001 (12,0) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1102: 4 (4,1) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
8086:2449 (2,0) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1033: e0 (12,3) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1033: 35 (12,3) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1033: 35 (12,3) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1002:4e64 (3,128) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1002:4e44 (3,0) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
8086:2443 (12,5) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
8086:2442 (12,3) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
8086:244b (1,1) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
8086:2440 (6,1) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
8086:244e (6,4) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
8086:2532 (6,4) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
8086:2530 (6,0) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)

===== parse_pci_devices =====
No info found about the device 1102. 4 (AUDIO)!
Please send a snapshot of this window to
puppy@goosee.com. Also read Modules HOWTO.
14e4:4212 (7,3) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] COMM PORT (null)
1102:4001 (12,0) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] SERIAL (null)
1102: 4 (4,1) 1 [ (null) - (null) ] AUDIO (null)
8086:2449 (2,0) 11 [ Intel Corp - 82801BA/BAM/CA/CAM Ethernet ] ETHERNET e100
1033: e0 (12,3) 11 [ NEC Corp - PCI to USB Enhanced Host Controller ] USB ehci-hcd
1033: 35 (12,3) 11 [ NEC Corp - USB ] USB usb-ohci
1033: 35 (12,3) 11 [ NEC Corp - USB ] USB usb-ohci
1002:4e64 (3,128) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] DISPLAY (null)
1002:4e44 (3,0) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] DISPLAY (null)
8086:2443 (12,5) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] SERIAL (null)
8086:2442 (12,3) 11 [ Intel - 82801BA/BAM Chipset USB hub1 ] USB usb-uhci
8086:244b (1,1) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] EIDE (null)
8086:2440 (6,1) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] BRIDGE (null)
8086:244e (6,4) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] BRIDGE (null)
8086:2532 (6,4) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] BRIDGE (null)
8086:2530 (6,0) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] BRIDGE (null)

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danleff


Joined: 08 May 2005
Posts: 294
Location: Albany, NY

PostPosted: Sun 15 May 2005, 18:03    Post subject:  

Keep in mind that there are several variants oif the Soundblaster Live card out there. The normal emk driver woirks on "real non-legacy cards. The trouble is that many are on the market cheap that are legacy, say for the Dell and Gateway systems.If you have one of these, they are a problem.

Look at the card and determine the model number on it, say "CTxxxx". A quick google search on the model number should tell you if you have one of these legacy cards, if you bought it cheap on the web, or if you have a Dell or Gateway system, probably it is one of these legacy cards (if the emk module does not work) .

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JonathanBrickman0000

Joined: 04 Jul 2005
Posts: 14

PostPosted: Sat 09 Jul 2005, 14:37    Post subject: Soundblaster Audigy II not working  

I have a brand-name, not generic or imitation, less than six-month-old, Soundblaster Audigy II, not working in 1.0.3. I did try this:

# modprobe emu10k1
Note: /etc/modules.conf is more recent than /lib/modules/2.4.27/modules.dep
/lib/modules/2.4.27/sound/emu10k1.o.gz: init_module: No such device
Hint: insmod errors can be caused by incorrect module parameters, including invalid IO or IRQ parameters.
You may find more information in syslog or the output from dmesg
/lib/modules/2.4.27/sound/emu10k1.o.gz: insmod /lib/modules/2.4.27/sound/emu10k1.o.gz failed
/lib/modules/2.4.27/sound/emu10k1.o.gz: insmod emu10k1 failed
#

with obvious lack of success. Here is my hardware probe output:

===== query_pci_devices =====
10de: 171 (3,0) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1106:3038 (12,3) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1106:3038 (12,3) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1106:3038 (12,3) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1106: 571 (1,1) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1106:3074 (6,1) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1095: 680 (1,128) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
109e: 878 (4,128) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
109e: 36e (4,0) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1102:4001 (12,0) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1102:7003 (9,128) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1102: 4 (4,1) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
10ec:8139 (2,0) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1106:b099 (6,4) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)
1106:3099 (6,0) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] (null)

===== parse_pci_devices =====
No info found about the device 109e. 878 (MULTIMEDIA - OTHER)!
Please send a snapshot of this window to
puppy@goosee.com. Also read Modules HOWTO.
10de: 171 (3,0) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] DISPLAY (null)
1106:3038 (12,3) 11 [ VIA Technologies - VT 82C586B Apollo ] USB usb-uhci
1106:3038 (12,3) 11 [ VIA Technologies - VT 82C586B Apollo ] USB usb-uhci
1106:3038 (12,3) 11 [ VIA Technologies - VT 82C586B Apollo ] USB usb-uhci
1106: 571 (1,1) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] EIDE (null)
1106:3074 (6,1) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] BRIDGE (null)
1095: 680 (1,128) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] STORAGE - OTHER (null)
109e: 878 (4,128) 1 [ (null) - (null) ] MULTIMEDIA - OTHER (null)
109e: 36e (4,0) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] VIDEO (null)
1102:4001 (12,0) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] SERIAL (null)
1102:7003 (9,128) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] INPUT (null)
1102: 4 (4,1) 11 [ Creative Labs - ] AUDIO emu10k1
10ec:8139 (2,0) 11 [ Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. - RTL-8139 ] ETHERNET 8139too
1106:b099 (6,4) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] BRIDGE (null)
1106:3099 (6,0) 0 [ (null) - (null) ] BRIDGE (null)
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