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Old 4th January 2004, 10:47 PM
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i810 Audio AC97 / AC'97 Audio Controller Fedora Intel Howto

Hi Gurus and fellows,

I found the Unofficial Faqs very fruitful for me as a Fedora (or Linux..) newbie. I have googled around quite a lot and tried to find a solution that would make the i810 integrated audio work in Fedora. Some of the sites suggest to install the Alsa drivers some claims that the AC97 (pure MMIO?) support would be in the current kernel (was it after 2.4?) version. I have kernel 2.4.22-1.2135.nptlsmp at the moment. Some sites also refers that there has been some problems relating the ALSA drivers (with workarounds though).

What would be the best shot, Alsa, newer kernel or something else?

Thx. for your great site, forum and help,

Jussi Makinen

jamakine at hotpop dot. com
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