[PlanetCCRMA] Hammerfall rme-alsa Konfiguration

thomas gorbach thomas.gorbach@t0.or.at
Mon Feb 9 04:18:01 2004

Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano schrieb:
>>Installing the alsa drivers is giving some problem.
>>doing alsaconf i get the following message:
>>Starting sound driver snd-rme9652 
>>init_module: No such device
>>/lib/modules/2.4.24-1.ll.rhfc1.ccrma/kernel/sound/snd-rme9652.o: insmod 
>>/lib/modules/2.4.24-1.ll.rhfc1.ccrma/kernel/sound/snd-rme9652.o failed
>>/lib/modules/2.4.24-1.ll.rhfc1.ccrma/kernel/sound/snd-rme9652.o: Hint: 
>>insmod errors can be caused by incorrect module parameters, including 
>>invalid IO or IRQ parameters.
>>       You may find more information in syslog or the output from dmesg
>>insmod snd-rme9652 failed
> Is this happening even after a reboot? 

OK, i did alsaconf after reboot and it suceeded.

> that you may still have the OSS rme kernel module loaded and that will
> prevent ALSA from loading. You can check by doing an "/sbin/lsmod" and
> searching for anything that depends on soundcore but does not start with
> "snd-". 

> Another possibility:
> What kernel are you running? "uname -r" to find out. 


> What version of alsa do you have installed? Specifically which version
> of the alsa kernel modules for the kernel you are running?
> Do an:
>   rpm -q -a | grep `uname -r|sed s/smp//`
> You should have an "alsa-kernel-*" package that matches the version of
> your kernel and it should be version 1.0.1-1.cvs. Anything earlier
> indicates you have an older version of alsa that will not have support
> for the latest cards.


This seems to be ok.

To run pd i did the following:

run jack -d alsa
pd -jack

and it is ok now.

Thanks very much for this help.

Greetns TOM
> For some cards you need to run "hdsploader" to load firmware into it.
> For most of them you can use hdspconf and hdspmixer to set your setings.
> -- Fernando