[ale] rh 6.2 > 7.2=No sound
John J. Cruz
casacruz at bellatlantic.net
Thu Nov 29 20:07:08 EST 2001
I have tried all the obvious checks and beyond but to no avail. Since my PC is
dual boot and playing music CDs works under win95 and the same with rh 6.2 when
it was installed, I remain confident that the problem is software and not
hardware related including volume adjustments.
Searching the Internet using google.com yields very little with the exception
that in some instances folks have been able to solve other related problems by
configuring the IDE drives to that of rh Linux and running depmod.
Do you know what file contains information about what IDE channel is connected to
what drive? Thanks for your help.
Jim Philips wrote:
> I once broke my brains over a problem like this only to find I didn't
> have the proper channel turned up in the volume controls. Have you
> turned on whatever GUI you've got for volume and checked all channels?
> On Wed, 2001-11-28 at 22:07, John J. Cruz wrote:
> > All peripherals in my dual OS PC worked fine until ... Installing rh
> > 7.2 required re-installing printconf, modifying the PAM modules, and the
> > XF86Config file. But the biggest and still unresolved problem is using
> > the TDK CDRW121032 drive. I can not get sound when playing music CDs.
> > Implementing sndconfig and selecting soundblaster allows the CMI8330/C3D
> > sound chip on the motherboard to work. It is not the audio cable from
> > the CDRW drive to the motherboard. In win95/rh6.2 I can/could play
> > music CDs.
> > Question: If anyone has resolved this problem could you give me some
> > pointers? Otherwise, please recommend a good HOWTO.
> > Thanks for your help.
> > jjc
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