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how to install the vibras sound card, i know that linux redhat 6 have detected but in the readme file it say it has a problem on vibra. now i don't know the step how to install the sound card driver so that i can use in linux?
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by:gunny051499
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generaly you shouldn't have problems if it is a VIBRA chip, means: if it is a SB16 card. in that case just use the soundblaster driver.
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by:eddyhalim
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but it's doesn't work.can someone give the script that configure the isapnp.conf for the linux?
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To configure isapnpn.conf, use pnpdump > isapnp.conf

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