[ardour-users] alsa can't find my es1371 card
tobbe at nyvalls.se
tobbe at nyvalls.se
Sun Jun 13 23:29:34 PDT 2004
Keith wrote / skrev:
>>did you read the last part about doing an lsmod and the rmmod any
>>conflicting capabilty modules first?
>I just looked and couldn't find any reference to lsmod or rmmod. I never
>found any instructions on how to do this other than the few command lines
>like the one I tried.
>I just did rmmod on all es1371 entries: soundcore, ac97_codec, gameport,
>then rmmod snd-page-alloc
>Then I went into Mandrake Control Center and disabled sound there.
>(ALSA was already NOT running)
>Then I tried
>#modprobe -v realcap any=1
>insmod /lib/modules/2.6.7-0.rc3.1.sds.1mdk/kernel/security/realcap.ko.gz any=1
>FATAL: Error inserting realcap
>(/lib/modules/2.6.7-0.rc3.1.sds.1mdk/kernel/security/realcap.ko.gz): Invalid argument
>Seeing the very LAST thing, it would seem the problem is more fundamental.
>It would seem it doesen't even like how the command was entered (invalid argument)
>The closest I came to any success was using the following:
># insmod /lib/modules/2.6.7-0.rc3.1.sds.1mdk/kernel/security/realcap.ko.gz any=1
>insmod: error inserting '/lib/modules/2.6.7-0.rc3.1.sds.1mdk/kernel/security/realcap.ko.gz': -1
>Invalid module format
>So I tried both the gzipped and ungzipped versions, but neither succeeded.
>It also, it disturbs me that alsaconf can't even find my sound card. But pciscan -vO returns:
>pci bus 0x0000 cardnum 0x09 function 0x00: vendor 0x1274 device 0x1371
> Ensoniq ES1371 [AudioPCI-97]
> STATUS 0x0410 COMMAND 0x0105
> CLASS 0x04 0x01 0x00 REVISION 0x08
> BIST 0x00 HEADER 0x00 LATENCY 0x20 CACHE 0x00
> BASE0 0x0000dc01 addr 0x0000dc00 I/O
> MAX_LAT 0x80 MIN_GNT 0x0c INT_PIN 0x01 INT_LINE 0x09
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This kernel has 2 capability modules and the other one is loaded by default.
modprobe realcap any=1 allcaps=1
if you want to load realcap permanently replace the line capability in
/etc/modprobe.preload with realcap
and adjust the realcap settings in modprobe.conf.
/Torbjörn Turpeinen (Thac)
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