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SubjectRe: No sound support after install of colgate
On Fri, 24 Jan 1997 wrote:

>-> When I went to the 2.0.28 kernel, I decided to build a monolithic
>-> kernel instead. I'd tried loading sound as a monolithic driver
>-> without luck.
>-> Lo and behold, this evening I rebooted my machine (the third or
>-> fourth time after installing 2.0.28, and some other stuff), and my
>-> sound card 'properly' initialized. Looks like it's an interaction
>-> between the scsi card (AHA2940) and the sound card (PAS16). If I boot
>-> with a disk in the attached scsi ZIP drive, the PAS16 doesn't catch
>-> up, even though I have no scsi support compiled in for the PAS.
>-> Interesting...
>Sounds like a good post to

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