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Description of problem:
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Steps to Reproduce:
1.Install FC3 on Asus A7N8X-E Deluxe with on-board sound disabled with
M-Audio Revolution 7.1. Latest MB Bios
2.Install ALSA per Alsa's web site instructions, Latest Alsa drivers
3.Un Mute sound via AlsaMixer
Actual Results: No Sound from 2 channel analogue speakers whether it
be wav file, or Linux boot up sounds, DVD with decoders installed, or
MP3 with proper MP3 decoders installed. Never any sounds. Have
unmuted Alsa of course.
Expected Results: Should get sound. I do get sound with All other
Linux distros including Debian Sarge, RHEL 3.0, Mepis Live, Suse 9.2, ...
Same kernels, everything else the same.
This has been run by Alsa. Alsa says its a Fedora bug.
ALSA is already included in Fedora Core 3. There is no need to install it
yourself. Furthermore, from your ALSA bug report, your configuration is so
complicated that the problem could very well be in there.
Please use the included drivers, and report back problems.