OpenSUSE Hardware :: Disable One Of Two Soundcards Using The Same Module?
Feb 8, 2010
I'm using Opensuse 11.2 with the fglrx-driver out of the ati-reposiotry.This fglrx-driver installs a HDA-HDMI-Audio driver using the snd-hda-intel module.My onboard via soundchip uses the same module: snd-hda-intelWith the hdmi-device set to the first device a few apps (like the flash-plugin) use the hdmi-device, which is not connected to any speaker.I can't switch the via-card to the first device in yast, because both cards use the kernel-module. I tried different things on /etc/modprobe.d/50-sound.conf with not results. And it is not possible to put the module on a blacklist, because both cards use it.Is there any way to disable the hdmi-device or to set the via-device to default?Here the output of aplay -l
Karte 0: HDMI [HDA ATI HDMI], Ger�t 3: ATI HDMI [ATI HDMI]
I have compiled the proprietary nvidia drivers for 11.3. When I boot, even using the nomodeset boot option, the nouveau module still loads, causing gdm/X to fail. I am able to manually remove the modules with rmmod and restart gdm. Everything then works normally. I have added the line "blacklist nouveau" to both 50-blacklist.conf and 99-local.conf in /etc/modprobe.d
I want to disable usb storage module on Ubuntu 8.10. I also have Ubuntu 9.10 and when I put blacklist usb_storage in /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf everything is fine. When I do the same in 8.10 nothing happens. The difference is that there is /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist
I have a printer connected locally to my Debian box. It runs fine via cupsd.I am also running a Windows 2003 VMware guest which I would like to use the printer (use as a local printer, not a network printer).
VMware offers a connection via USB, so it should work. The printer I have plugged locally into the Debian host is recognised by the Windows 2003 guest, but it won't print. I get an error message saying that the printer is still connected to the host OS, and that I need to remove (or presumably disable) the host driver before the guest can use the printer.
So how can I find out which printer driver/module is being used by the Debian host to connect to this printer? And what is the best way to temporarily disable it, while my VMware guest is running?
I've installed openSuse 11.4 server-mode (text only) on my desktop, and I'm trying to configure IceWM so i'll eventually have it set up so it always boots into text only mode, but I could be able to quickly start icewm via the command line.using Yast, I installed the Xorg server, and icewm.when I type X, the screen goes black and it just doesn't seem to do anythingI found if I hit ctrl+alt+f1 it kinda puts me back into text only mode, but I can't put in commands anymore. The last thing it says on the screen is:
Failed to load module "fglrx" (module does not exist, 0)
I've goggled that error message and the discussions that popped up around it made no sense to me at all. I've never configured X from scratch before, can someone point me towards a tutorial or something?
am trying to set up machine to record from few sources of sound.My idea is to record one or more channels by one sound card. Later, meybe, add equalizerto alsa and other stuff.Anyway, i am stock on installing five (even two!) Astech AZT2320 soundcards.Butm the beggining...I decided to use Prolian 1500 server (6xIsa/Eisa, 1xIsa/pci, 2xpci. 2x166@P1) - it has many isa ports and isa, good quality, soundcards are cheap.
I installed two of AZT and run System Configuration Tool for P1500. It found one and set it up as schould (even two SB AWE64, later). But no more than one.Linux (2.4, slackware 11 - since grub and compaq uncompatibility problem at kernel+initrd>8mb) won't find more than one AZT2320 (found awe's).My question is: how to ask kernel to fully ignore bios while connecting to isa ports and search for Isa PnP cards?I will be compiling kernel at my own for this system (more recent than one from slackware cd)
After having a bunch of trouble getting sound to work with 9.10, I finally got a system. After each linux kernel upgrade, I would just need to upgrade Alsa back to the latest version to get it working again.
A couple days ago, I noticed new kernel headers in the update package and was prepared to upgrade Alsa again. However, today when I went to do the upgrade I find that my soundcards are no longer available!
What can I do to get sound working again?
Code: matt@matt-laptop:~$ cat /proc/asound/version Advanced Linux Sound Architecture Driver Version 184.108.40.206. Compiled on Mar 10 2010 for kernel 2.6.31-20-generic (SMP). matt@matt-laptop:~$ sudo /etc/init.d/alsa-utils stop
I'm an Ubuntu newbie here, and I recently bought an ASUS N53JF-XE1 laptop, and after a new installation of Ubuntu 10.10, I don't seem to be able to get the sound working (neither from speakers, nor from headphones). I've been searching a lot of places, and with no luck and a lot of frustration, I'm coming here for a possible solution! According to "lspci -v", this is the info for my sound card:
Code: 00:1b.0 Audio device: Intel Corporation 5 Series/3400 Series Chipset High Definition Audio (rev 06) Subsystem: ASUSTeK Computer Inc. Device 1113 Flags: bus master, fast devsel, latency 0, IRQ 3 Memory at d9c00000 (64-bit, non-prefetchable) [size=16K] Capabilities: <access denied>
Using "aplay -l" gives me this:
Code: aplay: device_list:235: no soundcards found... It seems to me that I'm somehow missing the drivers for my sound card. However, I don't know where to find the correct drivers or how to install them. I've been all over the alsa-project website, and I can't find anything useful.
OK Trying a fresh install of bnome openSuse, and I have certainly screwwed something up again and hope I don't have to reinstall again., arghhhh! Tomboy won't open, even after reinstallation, and below is the error, but first, as well I can't open my .odt file with openoffice writer!
now the error... #tomboy Gtk-Message: Failed to load module "canberra-gtk-module": libcanberra-gtk-module.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory Gtk-Message: Failed to load module "gnomebreakpad": libgnomebreakpad.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory ...and lots more
I lost sound after restarting, I had sound, then on my reboot... No sound. I tried to google the problem and ran the common tasks of removing and re-installing "alsa-base" and "pulseaudio" using apt-get in terminal. But after trying all this I have now lost the volume control at the top right of my screen I have no idea what the issue is, in System > Preferences > Sound I get nothing under Hardware, nothing under Input, "Dummy Output" under Output, and nothing special under Applications. Here is the results of commands in terminal which I have commonly see people been asked to do:
sudo aplay -l aplay: device_list:235: no soundcards found...
The only thing I think that could of triggered everything to mess up is some mods I made to to the alsa-base.conf file - What I did to it I can't remember, But I have tried to remove these two lines of code at the end of it, saved it, restarted my computer and still no audio. I am using Ubuntu 10.10 (Maverick) 64Bit Kernel Linux 2.6.35-22-Generic GNOME 2.32.0
C-Media is the built-in soundcard and Philips is the webcam.why the built-in is registered as an usb-device but it is and external sources confirm that this is correct. According to the alsa project wiki the correct way to give two devices using the same module (such as two usb-devices) a specific index is to add something along the following in the main alsa configuration file.
This corresponds to my hardwares' VID and PID. When I reboot I and do arecord -l I get:
arecord: device_list:223: no soundcards found...
As an alternative I tried to add this snippet to /etc/modprobe.d/sound instead but at boot I get the message that "vid 0d8c" is an invalid parameter. Well, it's not. It adds upp with the output from lsusb and the external source linked to above. Do I need to add that arecord -l tells me I have no soundcard?
The rsync module "opensuse-full" which worked well so far seems currently broken. It tries to mirror a huge number of additional stuff (factory?) but fails with "permission denied". Any place where I could report this?Command:
Sound is not working on my new Lenovo B560 laptop with Intel sound card. The sound card appears in the lspci output. But the Preferences->Sound->Hardware menu is empty, not listing any soundcard.ALSA diagnostics are as follows:[URL]When I run "sudo alsa reload" I get the following output:Quote:
[sudo] password for me: lsof: WARNING: can't stat() fuse.gvfs-fuse-daemon file system /home/me/.gvfs Output information may be incomplete.
I am trying to install a Sunix 4018T dual parallel port card on a pc with Mandriva Linux 2010.1: Dealer told me that linux has driver for this card already so I inserted it and turned on my pc. Unfortunately when I try to install my Okidata ML320, cups it's not showing any parallel ports. I try to update all the system with last patches and packages :I tested the card on a pc with windows xp, installed my printer and it works perfectly.
I'm trying to enable the rewrite module in apache, to enabled the module I followed the last entry in the fist page this thread:[URL]...When I restart the apache all works fine, so I supose it's enabled
Now I create .htaccess in my apache folder (/home/user/apache), and I write this:
Code: RewriteEngine On RewriteRule ^link([^/]*).html$ test.php?link=$1 [L] And I try to execute this: ./.htaccess, I have this mistakes: Code: ./.htaccess: 1: RewriteEngine: not found ./.htaccess: 2: Syntax error: "(" unexpected What are I doing wrong?
nits@nits-desktop:/mnt/Storage/Tors/Incomp$ btdownloadcurses --check_hashes 1 filename.torrent /usr/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/BitTorrent/Storage.py:4: DeprecationWarning: the sha module is deprecated; use the hashlib module instead from sha import sha
These errors occurred during execution:
[09:37:48] IOError - [Errno 5] Input/output error
Got this error when I tried hash checking, was downloading the file using rtorrent when there was a sudden powercut and my system shutdown abruptly, tried restarting the torrent and kept encountering problems while restarting.
conky require the Double Buffer Extension (DBE) to refresh correctly the screen, in older versions I can add the Load "dbe" in the Module section, but how can I do it with no xorg.conf file? VampirD Microsoft Windows is like air conditioning Stops working when you open a window.
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I have been trying to run my vmachines in virtualbox with no success so I decided to install upgraded packages for upgraded kernel, this means to install them from Virtualization-kernel-HEAD repo.The error is about that known issue where the kernel module can't start.
eID-belgium and the config module are not (yet) available for openSUSE 11.4. No big deal, I can wait as I'm sure it will be compiled once these days. Though, there's one thing that I'm interested in. The packages for pre-11.4 always required hal to be installed and running. With openSUSE 11.4 hal got removed as it is deprecated. Is there any chance the eID-belgium packages are going to be delivered without hal support / requirement? I can't think of pulling hal back in just for one app.
In case this is a thread in the wrong section please move it to the right one. Following situation applies.I am using openSUSE 11.1 with modified kernel. Code:# uname -aLinux linux-2c5j 3.0.4-41-desktop #1 SMP PREEMPT Sun Sep 4 18:51:01 CEST 2011 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux The compilation did run flawlessly with the SAKC script.However the module apparmor does not load. Infact:Code:# modprobe apparmorFATAL: Module apparmor not found. I understand that I have to recompile the module, right? There I have the first question: wasn't the apparmor module accepted into the kernel (and therefore should be already compiled and available with the normal kernel compile)? Or is this wrong. How can I recompile the apparmor module for my new kernel.
It is bad enough that the kernel gods have basically required that the whole kernel source tree be installed and configured to compile even a simple module but they have made it so a module compiled on one kernel will not work on any other.
To make the situation worse much of the configuration needed to successfully compile a module has been left out of open suse11.3. If you want to replicate the problems may I suggest you attempt to compile the usb-skeleton.c driver example code that is included with each kernel. If it is the intent of the linux community to limit driver development to the professionals then congratulations.
I have recently installed Silicon Image S3114 Raid Controller. It has support via the sata_sil module. It shows up in the diskcontroller information, however the module will not load. The reason being, it does not exist. I checked the directory and sure enough the compiled module sata_sil is not present. Also, I am weary about updated my kernel because of the trouble I had finding a os level that would run this dinosaur. Suse 10.1 Kernel 220.127.116.11 for ppc
I'm using openSUSE 11.3 with an Intel Corporation Mobile 945GME Express Integrated Graphics Controller. The kernel driver in use is i915, however, in another distribution of Linux, two kernel modules are loaded: i915 and intelfb. I would like to know how to load module intelfb in openSUSE 11.3 as it seems to significantly improve my video card's responsiveness.