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SubjectRe: RFD: Kernel release numbering
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On Maw, 2005-03-08 at 23:50, Lee Revell wrote:
> This only works because those OS'es come bundled with a toy softsynth.
> With ALSA, you either need a supported hardware wavetable synth
> (emu10k1) or a real soft synth like Timidity or Fluidsynth.

CS4239 has a toy synth of sorts (its more "doorbell" than synth
admittedly). There are a pile of funnies with IBM laptops and CS423x to
watch out for that might be worth mentioning - in particular you need to
turn the fast boot stuff -off-.

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