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Sound Blaster Live! value with redhat 6.1

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Hi,
 Where can i find hardware drivers for this particular card?
 Is there support for environmental audio under linux?
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visit my site at www.linuxhelp.co.za then follow the Sound link. You will find all you need. At present, there is no environmental support, and as far as I know, only one output is supported  (ie. only two speakers)
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