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  • You can confirm that these drivers are loaded by running "lsmod" after the reboot:

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  • Also verify that this is your ALSA sound module by typing "lsmod" (without the quotes) at a command prompt to get a listing of all the active and running kernel modules on your system.

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  • It runs "lsmod" to find all the modules loaded on the current running system.

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  • I compared the the results "lsmod" in both the working 2. 6.29.6-huge slack stock kernel and this one, and there's no difference in the loaded sound modules.

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  • You could boot from the installation CD again, and drop to single user or rescue mode, and do an "lsmod", and see what modules are loaded, then try to load it up.

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  • Some googling revealed that it might instead be under /dev/sda, but there were none of those in /dev. lsmod showed that libata and ata_piix were being loaded during the cd boot, but some problems were occurring paraphrased, not exact:

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  • Some googling revealed that it might instead be under /dev/sda, but there were none of those in /dev. lsmod showed that libata and ata_piix were being loaded during the cd boot, but some problems were occurring paraphrased, not exact:

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  • [SiS] physical id: 0 bus info: pci@0000: 01: 00.0 version: 00 width: 32 bits clock: 66MHz capabilities: pm agp agp-3. 0 cap_list configuration: latency = 0 resources: memory: c0000000-c7ffffff (prefetchable) memory: cfee0000-cfefffff ioport: ac00 (size = 128) $ lsmod | grep sis sis_agp 4047 1 i2c_sis96x 3024 0 agpgart 31724 1 sis_agp sis900 17048 0 mii

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  • I also tried disabling ipv6 (it showed up as a module with lsmod on the board) by blacklisting it, and adding some lines to sysctl. conf such as: net. ipv6.conf.all.accept_ra = 0

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  • - CAs I reported I loaded pcspkr. lsmod reports its existence.

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