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I have a Creative Labs Sound Blaster PnP ISA card.  I'm rebuilding my kernel, so what do I need to say 'yes' or 'module' to in 'make menuconfig'?

In other words which Linux driver is for this sound card??
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Go to the sound option in xconfig and select soudblaster support.
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I used only menuconfig is xconfig significantly different (I'll go check it out too)
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Karl Heinz Kremer earned 50 total points
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You can also use menuconfig to select the soundblaster support. IMHO xconfig is a little easier to use (if you have X running).
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" I used only menuconfig is xconfig significantly different"

It offers exactly the same options - its just a differnet interface. Xconfig is a graphical interface to configuring your kernel. Menuconfig is an ncurses interface which can be run without  xwindows running.
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I don't think I deserve (all) the points: owensleftfoot was the first to point you to the config tool.
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