Considering the time I spent searching for a solution before posting, I
starting to feel like you about this chip
Thanks, I actually knew where to find modules.
Thing is I don't know yet why snd_hda_intel is actually loaded :
fred:~$ lsmod | grep snd_hda
snd_hda_intel 263712 1
snd_pcm 80388 2 snd_hda_intel,snd_pcm_oss
snd 54660 11
snd_hda_intel,snd_pcm_oss,snd_mixer_oss,snd_pcm,sn d_seq_oss,snd_rawmidi,snd_seq,snd_timer,snd_seq_de vice
snd_page_alloc 11400 2 snd_hda_intel,snd_pcm
But as I said, nothing is in /etc : it's why I was guessing it was
loaded at boot time, by initrd.
Could the module have been loaded because it was a dependency for
something else ?
D. Michael McIntyre a écrit :
> On Saturday 05 January 2008, Fred Schaer wrote:
>> I just checked, I don't have snd-hda-intel (or snd_hda_intel ?) anywhere
>> in /etc : maybe the module is loaded in the initrd ? In that case, I'll
>> try to regenerate the initrd files...
> You won't find a kernel module in /etc. The modules are the various .ko files
> under /lib/modules/$YOUR_KERNEL_VERSION, but you have no reason to go
> screwing around with any of that. The modules are not going to be loaded by
> your initd, which is only for critical modules necessary for booting, like
> the drivers for filesystems and various kinds of storage hardware.
> What you want to start with is lsmod to see which modules are loaded. You'll
> probably find your snd_hda_intel there. I don't know how to fix your
> problem, but I deal with how_to_get_sound_working issues constantly, and I've
> seen a lot of people reporting problems with Intel and HD in them, to the
> point where I really hate that chip, even though I don't know anything about
> I'd try the ALSA upgrade first. Who knows.
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