Re: [Sound] What is the default sound architecture that Redhat 8.0using?

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On Wed, 2003-01-08 at 08:18, warren li yongbo wrote:
> Hello,
> Redhat 8.0 has the default driver for the Creative SB Live and Audigy, and 
> they are working fine. However, they are not actually from the kernel, 
> because even the latest 2.4.20 kernel doesn't have the sound support for 
> Creative Audigy.
> Anyone knows what sound architecture REdhat 8.0 is using? OSS or AlSA?
> I have compiled my custom kernel, but there is no sound support. So, I would 
> like to know what Redhat default is using.

The Red Hat default is OSS. We sometimes update drivers or add drivers from other
sources than the base kernel tree to get good support for hardware. All the
patches are in the source rpm of the kernel should you want to add them to a 
custom kernel

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