#gentoo - Thu 22 Mar 2007 between 01:23 and 01:26

rukos_Slowking_Man: okay, thanks
BeerRootide1: BM-DMA at 0xfff8-0xffff, BIOS settings: hdc:DMA, hdd:pio
hdc: PCRW804, ATAPI CD/DVD-ROM drive
hdc: ATAPI 32X CD-ROM CD-R/RW drive, 2048kB Cache, DMA
well, it says this
x7kred: are they in kernel?
purplepenguinsthen hdc is a cdrom drive
kredx7, yarr
purplepenguinstry hdd
x7or module ?
or alsa package?
purplepenguinserr, try 'fdisk /dev/hdd'
kredx7, built in, i'm not comfortable enough to use modules yet.
BeerRootfdisk /dev/hdd
wrong window
unable to open
what brand are your hard drives?
x7kred: i would do it the other way use modules until u know it works then build it in modules are easier to play with
BeerRootwell...the slave is a quantum
x7kred: and we can teach you how to use modules
BeerRootthe other one is just an IBM
purplepenguinsokay, do 'dmesg | grep Quantum'
kredx7, there are no errors when i boot, it loads them up and everything fine. just dont see PCM or Master in the mixer, which makes me nervous. Unfortunately i dont have any media players installed yet to test them
purplepenguinsthe hard drives often have labels on them for the brand
kredx7, i see people getting completely hand held through the install, i dont want to be one of those eople ;)
BeerRootI typed it in, and it just made another line for prompt
JDGBOLTThere, finally fixed my xen problem, the sources in portage wouldn't compile no matter what I did, so I just went and installed a one, which compiled everything except for one module, which I just disabled and went on from there.
BeerRootnothing came from output
oggyok terminal gentoo@livecd-$
x7can you do a `dmesg` and look for some info about the sound drivers starting up
JDGBOLTAnd using cfq slows down disk io a lot on a xen system.
x7or not starting up
purplepenguinsare you in KDE?
brianwoggy: use the handbook

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