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Installing soundcard

Posted on 1998-05-20
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Does anyone know how I must install a soundcard under linux?
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What type of soundcard is it?
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What type of soundcard? What flavor of linux?
Usually you can go to /usr/src/linux/drivers/sound
then type
make config
But you need to know ALL the specs about the sound card
(i/o. irq, dma, etc.)
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