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I?m a former Windows puke trying to see the light! ;) I have installed RedHat 8.0 on a Thinkpad 380Z and a 380ED, and cannot get the sound to work on either. I have tried the ALSA drivers, but they refuse to install due to some sort of script errors. I have seen several references to using sndconfig, but I can?t find that utility. I have seen several suggestions for using modprobe with either sb or cs4232, but it always complains that the device does not exist.

Here?s the hardware specs:

380ED: http://www5.pc.ibm.com/us/products.nsf/$wwwPartNumLookup/_26355AU

380z: http://www5.pc.ibm.com/us/products.nsf/$wwwPartNumLookup/_2635HGU

I?m using pretty much a standard workstation install of RedHat 8.0 with the Gnome desktop, if that has any bearing.

I?m afraid I must be missing something and feel as though I?m at a loss. Would anyone be willing to walk me through step by step how to set this up?

Thanks in advance

D. J. Draper

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