On Tue, Sep 10, 2002 at 10:58:19AM +0100, Yann Golanski wrote:
In the quest for sound on my laptop, I got a hint from 4Front
Technologies that the Vaio uses something called ACPI to control the IRQ
allocation and that this is causing the card not to work properly with
thier drivers and the ``device pcm''.
Does anyone know if those drivers have made it into -stable yet?
My Vaio does exactly the same thing. It has a Yamaha DS1 sound chip. By
changing the 'Plug-and-Play OS' setting to 'No' in the PhoenixBIOS, I was
able to get sound to work under -STABLE.
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