[CentOS] Sound problems on envidia 6510 in Compaq SR5110NX
camattern at acm.org
Mon Oct 1 09:53:14 UTC 2007
There's no way to be out of line when trying to help :-) Thanks for the
thought but alsa doesn't even see the card at this point, for instance
alsamixer gives me:
root at sphinx ~]# alsamixer
alsamixer: function snd_ctl_open failed for default: No such device
and alsactl (pointed at the file I created with alsactl store running
under Fedora 7 Live CD) gives me:
[root at sphinx ~]# alsactl restore
alsactl: load_state:1236: No soundcards found...
Thanks for the attempt!
On Sun, 2007-09-30 at 22:28 -0400, Phil Savoie wrote:
> On September 30, 2007, Chuck Mattern wrote:
> > Following up to myself, I have ruled out a hardware problem by booting
> > the Fedora 7 Live CD and confirming that he card works under that
> > distro. I used the F7 /etc/modprobe.conf as a cheat sheet but still am
> > not getting audio under CentOS 5. I listed the loaded modules after
> > rebooting and found that the sound drivers still had not loaded in spite
> > of the modified modprobe.conf:
> > alias scsi_hostadapter sata_nv
> > alias eth0 forcedeth
> > alias snd-card-0 snd-hda-intel
> > options snd-card-0 index=0
> > options snd-hda-intel index=0
> > I ran modprobe snd-card-0 and all of the expected modules loaded as they
> > did under F7 but still no audio output.
> > I checked to be sure kudzu was seeing the device and it is:
> > # kudzu -p
> > ........
> > class: AUDIO
> > bus: PCI
> > detached: 0
> > desc: "nVidia Corporation MCP61 High Definition Audio"
> > vendorId: 10de
> > deviceId: 03f0
> > subVendorId: 103c
> > subDeviceId: 2a5c
> > pciType: 1
> > pcidom: 0
> > pcibus: 0
> > pcidev: 5
> > pcifn: 0
> > '''''''''
> > I want to stay on CentOS for stability and longevity reasons.
> > On Sun, 2007-09-30 at 19:24 -0400, Chuck Mattern wrote:
> > > I've go a Compaq Presario (SR5110NX) that I've loaded CentOS 5 on and
> > > all is well except for the sound card. I understand that OSS supports
> > > the chipset but it's not being detected an loaded properly and I've
> > > invested a significant amount of time already. I've probably got an old
> > > supported card lying around here somewhere but I hat to give up on the
> > > principal. I would rather not download the proprietary drivers as that
> > > will create a dependency when the kernel is upgraded and I'm shipping
> > > this off to a remote law office where I'd like them to be a little more
> > > self sufficient than having to have me log in and recompile each time
> > > they upgrade a kernel. Any experience or advise with this would be
> > > appreciated.
> > >
> > > Regards,
> > > Chuck
> HI Chuck,
> Don't mean to be out of line, but did you check to see if the audio mixer has
> not muted the device? Perhaps run as root alsamixer and set your values then
> alsactl store ( I think) to store the settings?
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