Thanks for your help? I try knoppix oss=snd-cs4236 without sucess

I used alsaconf. It found a sound card cs42336. But when I continued with
it, see below message : 
: error inserting snd-cs4236
/lib/modules/2.6.12/kernel/sound/isa/cs423x/snd-cs4236.ko no such device.


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Date: Tue, 19 Dec 2006 00:22:14 +0100
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Si la carte son est bien une csc9836, ce serait une carte son PNP.
Elles sont mal reconnues sur Oralux 0.7 alpha...

Lorsqu'un driver ALSA existe, il est possible en principe de le forcer au
boot. Il semblerait que le pilote ALSA correspondant à la csc9836 soit

Le cheatcode serait alors:
knoppix oss=snd-cs4236

Avez vous essayé aussi Ubuntu Edgy (6.10) qui propose le lecteur
d'ecran Orca (en anglais par défaut) ?

Bonne continuation,

In answer to Christophe, whose sound card is not correctly detected. 
Alsaconf returns:
card number 46 card 0 csc9836.

In fact, the PNP cards are not correctly detected on 0.7 alpha.
If an Alsa driver exists for this card in principle, it can be forced
using a cheatcode.

If the alsa driver is snd-cs4236, the cheatcode would be:
knoppix oss=snd-cs4236




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Date: Mon, 18 Dec 2006 19:43:45 -0500
From: Doug Smith <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: [Oralux] Who was it on here who tried out grml?
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Hi, everyone, and merry Christmas.  I was just wondering who it was on this
list who tried out grml and said that it worked fine if you didn't need any
other language support and no keyboard special features.  

I am having a problem making a copy of the iso image that will boot.  I
if the person who did this can contact me off list so that I can find out
I am doing wrong.  I would appreciate this.  


Doug Smith: C.S.F.C.
Computer Scientist For CHRIST!



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