[PlanetCCRMA] remove oss modules question

tom poe tompoe@amihost.com
Wed Jan 7 12:43:01 2004

Hi, Fernando and Mark:  Thank you for your prompt help and advice.

I removed the two offending modules with oss in the name, then I read
your email about not removing them as they are for emulating oss.  :(

So, I shut down the computer, waited, started the computer, and all is
well.  I am now onto the next step to do something with alsa mixer.  The
information was most useful.

There are multiple emails each time.  When I reply, should I just send
one email to the list, and not copy to you or Mark or whoever, or are
you set up to have the email received both on the list and your email

On Wed, 2004-01-07 at 12:16, Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano wrote:
> > Hi, Fernando and Mark:  Well, initially, I took reboot to mean restart. 
> > Just now, I decided reboot might mean shut down.  So, I shut down the
> > computer, waited, then turned it on, loaded, and ran the command under
> > root, /sbin/lsmod  . . . . and up popped three modules with oss in them.
> > 
> > snd-pcm-oss
> > snd-mixer-oss
> > 
> > So, I will remove those two, then follow on with the alsaconf step
> > again, right?
> No, you are fine now. Any module that starts with "snd-" is part of
> alsa. Those are the oss emulation kernel modules (part of alsa). 
> -- Fernando
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