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Hardware Configuration

How do I configure my Sound Card by mbaranski
Posted: 6 Dec 00

With Red Hat Linux, you can run the utility

sndconfig

from the command line (not in x-windows) as root, and it will walk you through easily setting up a PCI or ISA sound card.  This is the easiest way I've seen to set up your sound card.  If this does not detect it, run

pnpdump

which will give you info about your pnp devices and allow you to set them up.

Good Luck!

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