[mythtv-users] Sound issue that I can't seem to figure out
lifter89 at comcast.net
Mon Nov 3 21:32:16 UTC 2008
> Harry Devine wrote:
> [ ... ]
>> modinfo returns "could not find module cx88_alsa". Now, I must say that
>> I found a thread on the Ubuntu forums that suggested removing the Ubuntu
>> version of that module, so I did. Now the only cx88_alsa is the
>> 2.6.24-19-generic one, even though I'm on the 2.6.24-21-generic kernel
>> now. Somehow, I guess I have to get that back. Should I re-install
>> that kernel or am I screwed?
> [ ... ]
>> BTW, here's the link to that suggestion to remove the ubuntu driver
>> (just for reference): https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/220857
> Looks to me like you're dealing with a kernel/module funk specific to Ubuntu.
> Short of building your own kernel, your best hope lies with the Ubuntu bug
> fix processes eventually sorting it out.
> I'd start by installing (or re-installing, apt-get --reinstall install <kernel package name>)
> the latest and greatest Ubuntu kernel offering, and see what you're actually
> dealing with then.
> cheers, Cal
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Since Mythbuntu 8.10 just came out, would it be worth the effort to
simply upgrade my system? I've had some video driver issues and LIRC
issues that I've recently sorted out, so they're fresh in my mind and
shouldn't be too difficult to fix if the upgrade isn't very clean.
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