AMD K6/400 with 64Mb RAM. RH 6.1 with security updates added.
Put a ESS Maestro into the machine as there is currently no driver for
the on-board sound. Ran sndconfig. It successfully detected the Maestro
and then errored since I didn't have the right kernel module loaded.
Instead of continuing and looking for the onboard sound or further
sound cards, sndconfig just exited. It would be nice if it had
continued and looked for the other one, or given the option to keep
looking for more.
Blarg, make that 'kudzu -q'.This probably won't be fixed until sndconfig is rewritten, which
will be in the post-6.2 kernel-2.4 phase. Sorry.
In the meantime, running 'kudzu -s' once the card is added
very well might do the right thing.