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sb pci 128 drivers for linux?, redhat 9
joeg
post May 8 2003, 01:46
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am i stuck with the default ones? or has anyone put out updated drivers?
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post May 8 2003, 07:24
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What's wrong with the ones in the current kernel?
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post May 8 2003, 10:49
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QUOTE (Garf @ May 8 2003 - 01:24 AM)
What's wrong with the ones in the current kernel?

maybe nothing... i'm really new to linux... i just figured thered be updates or something... (guess i've been using an OS that comes broken out of the box for too long, i EXPECT there to be fixes, lol...)


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post May 8 2003, 12:04
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post May 8 2003, 12:09
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You could also try the ALSA drivers. You can find RH9 RPMs for them at Freshrpms. But since you are a newbie and the default (OSS) drivers work fine, I wouldn't recommend you to do that.

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post May 8 2003, 21:23
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QUOTE (dev0 @ May 8 2003 - 06:09 AM)
You could also try the ALSA drivers. You can find RH9 RPMs for them at Freshrpms. But since you are a newbie and the default (OSS) drivers work fine, I wouldn't recommend you to do that.

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yeah, i'm gonna leave the drivers alone for now... but thanks for pointing me to freshRPMs....
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