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SubjectRe: es1371 and recent kernels
> > [please be kind and Cc when replying]
> >
> > Has someone been able to get es1371 to actually produce anything
> > audible with latest kernels? The last version I could use was 2.4.0.
> > Then I had some trouble but I attributed them to devfs. Now I've
> > removed devfs and still I'm not able to play anything.
>
> Works for me, but it produces all kinds of crackly noise garbage. I'm
> not sure if this is because the driver has a bug, or the sound card is
> a piece of flaming shit. But I'm inclined to believe the latter.
>
> Anybody have a suggestion for a card that isn't a flaming piece of shit,
> (and not made by Creative) less than $100 US, PCI, supported by linux,
> and available?

My ES1370 has done me good. You might want to try that card. Yes it's a
creative card. It only has a crackle running 22k 8-bit

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