Read the /usr/src/UPDATING and also take a look at the
But this is what it comes down to: adding device sound and device snd_*.
(removing device pcm or whatever you had there before of course)
I would recommend adding device sound to your kernel and even all the
snd_* drivers, until you find out which one worked... Then remove the
rest and only leave the one that matched the specs of your pc. Unless
of course you see your sound card on the /usr/src/sys/conf/NOTES and you
know exactly what snd_* you need.
something like this..
hope this helps...
-Lester A. Mesa
On Sat, 2004-08-07 at 11:18, Hanspeter Roth wrote:
> On Aug 07 at 17:41, Radek Kozlowski spoke:
> > Read /usr/src/UPDATING:
> > 20040716:
> > The sound device drivers are renamed. `sound' is always required,
> > while `snd_*' should be configured accordingly to your hardware.
> > Refer to NOTES for the detail of the drivers.
> I have now added `device sound' to the kernel configuration. But
> this doesn't make the sound module available. Also there isn't a
> What does snd_* mean?
> I tried to add `device snd_pcm'. But this isn't accepted by config.
> Dmesg shows:
> pci0: <multimedia, audio> at device 31.5 (no driver attached)
> What else is required?
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