|Paul on 15 Apr 2004 19:19:02 -0000|
Makai Smith wrote:
Still a bit mystified: can't get the sound card recognized, wonderingMore info please. Distro, video card model, and what you are trying to accomplish by changing the driver. I'm assuming the card is in a PC. Example:
Red Hat 9.0 GeForce2 GTS Installed nVIDIA's closed-source driver to enable accelerated video.
In the case of the nVIDIA card, all you have to do is download the driver file, execute it, and maybe modify XF86config to use the new driver. I haven't done it in a while, but I used to have to change a line specifying the "nv" OSS driver to the "nvidia" closed-source driver.
And the PLUG list...531 strong!Wow, I thought the number was only a couple hundred. Judging by the number of people who actually post, only a dozen. That makes me self-conscious about my casual posts. Sorry.
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