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Thread: Linux Sound Problem




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    Default Linux Sound Problem

    Hi all,

    I decided to restart using mandrake after a long period of "windows" and now I'm facing a problem with my sound card ( It'a a C-media CMI8738-MC6 ).

    Card works fine, I can listen to music, but only with xmms when I configure the oss driver to work with my c-media card; otherwise it would use the onboard intel ICH5 audio ( my moo is a p4p800 ).
    Now, all other applications seem to be using only the ICH5 audio controller and I'm forced to switch the cables of my hi-fi from the c-media sound card to the ICH5 controller and viceversa.
    Is there anyway of fixing this? ( i tryed plain' around with kmix, I tryed to edit the /proc/asound/cards file, but I'm unable to save changes even in root :( ).
    thanks,

    mad_alfred.
    Alfred's PC: Cpu: Pentium 4 Northwood 2.0Ghz (FSB 400Mhz) @ 2.8Ghz ( 27-35C)
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    Default Re: Linux Sound Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by mad_alfred
    i tryed plain' around with kmix, I tryed to edit the /proc/asound/cards file, but I'm unable to save changes even in root
    did you exit out of X before you tried this?
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