Re: [Sound] audigy 2 cards

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Hi Mat (only one t?),

I just went over the same headace.  :)

You need to get the latest driver source from

and compile it (you can't just get the latest download, you have get the
latest code from the CVS repository because the Audigy 2 support is only in
the latest source code).

This thread has a synopsis of what I had to do:

You can also check out the archives of another list I'm on to see some of my

Another resource:


----- Original Message -----
From: "Mirabella, Mathew J" <Mathew.Mirabella@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 2003 10:06 PM

> All.
> I have a Creative Sound Blaster Audigy 2 PCI sound card.  Having probs
getting it to work under rh8.  A friend helped to upgrade my kernal to
2.4.20 with the appropriate modules for the audigy 2 included.  not sure why
this did not work.
> my set up is:
> installed rh8.0 from the cds.
> then applied all the updates from the i386 dir from
except the kernel ones.
> i upgraded the kernel separately to 2.4.20.  as i said above.
> my installation has all the packages installed as well as all languages...
choosing Australian english as the default.
> intel P4 2.4Ghz 533MHz bus  with the intel 845PE chipset on a gigabyte
main board
> 512 Mb of DDR 333Mhz ram.
> nvidia geforce 4 64mb graphics card.
> there is an avance ac97 sound board on the main board which i have chosen
not to use.  rh8 did detect this as an intel sound device, but when i tried
to configure with sndconfigure it sounded pretty bad... i do want to use the
audigy 2.
> have not yet tried to disable the onboard sound on the bios...
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Mat.

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