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May 14, 2005, 6:27 PM
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Thanks for the write back! I compiled that as part of the kernel and not
Re: ALSA on my PowerBookG4(6, 2)...newbie needs help
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a module, yet nothing is detected at startup and /proc/asound/cards shows
nothing... how did you get it working? How can I test to make sure that
it is in the kernel? or does the fact that were having this convo say
that? Thanks bunches!!!
> On Sat, May 14, 2005 6:49 pm, Charles Read said:
>> I just installed Gentoo on my PBG4, it is 1000MHz and about a year old.
>> used genkernel to make my kernel so according to the ALSA Howto on
>> Gentoo.org I should have sound support. I have made sure that my USE
>> variable contains 'alsa' but when I do a 'lspci | grep -i audio' nothing
>> audio related shows up. Does this mean my soundcard wasnt detected?
> lspci shows nothing on my iBook G4 either, but the option you need is
> SND_POWWERMAC, in Device Drivers->Sound->Alsa->ALSA Powermac devices.
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