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Help finding device...

Custom kernel, and I always compile static-ly.

I would have thought that if the kernel saw the device through dmesg, that
it would be somewhat easy to figure out the corresponding /dev.   Not


On Tue, 3 Feb 2004, Billy SG McCarthy wrote:

> Is this a custom kernel, or do you use the one that
> comes with Debian.  Either way, the drivers for your
> soundcard probably aren't compiled.  You either need
> to compile them into the kernel, or use the preferred
> method of modules.  Check your
> /lib/modules/$kernel_version directory to see what's available.
> =====
> "Whoa what I want to know, how does the song go?"
> --The Grateful Dead--
> Kindly yours,
> Billy S G McCarthy
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