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My sound has suddenly stopped working.
esd gives me the following error:
/dev/dsp: No such file or directory

My soundcard is Soundblaster Live! Platinum
The driver it uses is emu10k1

Please help me out.
I like my sound :)
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try checking if your speakers are plugged in.
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try rebulding your /dev/dsp.
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do
cd /dev
/dev/MAKEDEV audio
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by:vadimb
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mmmm....sound
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