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SubjectRe: es1371 and recent kernels
Pierfrancesco Caci [p.caci@seabone.net] wrote:
>
> [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?

Cheers,
-- Bob

Bob McElrath (rsmcelrath@students.wisc.edu)
Univ. of Wisconsin at Madison, Department of Physics
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