On Monday 22 September 2003 02:24 am, you wrote:
> Im using freebsd 4.8 and KDE where i usualy get d eror
> during startx.
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> > On Sunday 21 September 2003 10:01 pm, Edwin D. Vinas
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> wrote:
> > > When i turn on my FreeBSD machine, I often receive
>
> a
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> > > pop-up window saying there's a problem with my
>
> sound
>
> > > card (internal sound card). It says that it
>
> couldn't
>
> > > open or find /dev/dsp0 or something similar. Is
>
> there
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> > > a way to slve this?
> > >
> > > -edwin
> >
> > What version of FreeBSD are you running?
> > Are you getting that message in KDE?
> > Have you recompiled the kernel for sound card
>
> support?
>
> > Andrew
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> best regards,
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> \___\__\_______/__/ Edwin D. Viņas http://edwin.ontheweb.com

KDE looks for sound card support when starting up.  The default installation 
of FreeBSD 4.8 does not have sound card support compiled in the kernel.  If 
you have not added sound card support to the kernel configuration and 
compiled a custom kernel, there is no sound card support for KDE to find.

If you have a PCI sound card, it is likely that adding 'device     pcm' to the 
kernel configuration file will work.  For kernel configuration and 
compilation instructions, see:

http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/kernelconfig.html

Best of luck,

Andrew Gould
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