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Description of problem:
New HP m7060n Media Center PC. (Private ASUS motherboard with integrated sound.)
Install FC3 core (workstation config) from scratch.
Sound chip is not detected.
Core is "up2date"
From Specs sheet:
Integrated Intel High Definition (TM) audio (Azalia)
o Realtek ALC 880 chipset
o THX certification support
o 8-channels for Full Dolby 5.1/6.1/7.1 surround sound support with Dolby Pro Logic IIx
o Dolby 5.1
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Blow away Fedora Install
2. Install from FC3 DVD
3. Follow all prompts.
4. Kudzu detects 8802 chip on first boot, click "configure", Kudzu disappears.
5. /usr/bin/system-config-soundcard => "No Soundcards were detected."
Actual Results: Anaconda does not prompt for any sound card information during install.
Kudzu detects "new hardware" but "configure" just makes it go away.
Expected Results: Ideally, sound system would be detected and configured and I could continue to be an ignorant newbie and just enjoy using Fedora instead of "the other OS" which works fine with the hardware.
I could not find anything similar enough using search facilities, this seems to be the stuff that experts ask for:
lspci -v excerpt:
02:04.2 Multimedia controller: Conexant: Unknown device 8802 (rev 05)
Subsystem: ASUSTeK Computer Inc.: Unknown device 4823
Flags: bus master, medium devsel, latency 64, IRQ 169
Memory at ce000000 (32-bit, non-prefetchable) [size=16M]
Capabilities: [4c] Power Management version 2
cx8800 34765 0
v4l1_compat 17605 1 cx8800
v4l2_common 9793 1 cx8800
cx88_blackbird 18501 0
cx8802 14277 1 cx88_blackbird
cx88xx 51797 3 cx8800,cx88_blackbird,cx8802
i2c_algo_bit 13001 1 cx88xx
video_buf 25413 4 cx8800,cx88_blackbird,cx8802,cx88xx
btcx_risc 8905 3 cx8800,cx8802,cx88xx
videodev 13633 3 cx8800,cx88_blackbird,cx88xx
Current sound drivers in Linux don't support this hardware for sound
output. You can send your request directly to ALSA project,
www.alsa-project.org and people here can make driver for your sound card.
For future readers:
This board is supported in ALSA 1.0.9rc2.
My sound system is now functional.
Thanks for your assistance.