Integrated sound card under Debian Linux-driven approach to

1, install the ALSA packages
2.6 kernel has joined the alsa driver, just to install the external packages can be.
apt-get install alsa
2, search for sound card
Correct, then root you can use the sound card.
3, to determine whether the auto-loading sound modules
reboot, and then to see whether the root can use the sound card.
If you can use, you can skip to step 6,
Otherwise, the implementation of the 4 and 5.
4, determine the name of the sound card modules
See etc / modprobe.d / sound file:
alias snd-card-0 snd-sb16
options snd-sb16 index = 0
Sound module named snd-sb16
5, let the system boot automatically load the sound card modules
Load modules can be directly written in the / etc / modules which, of course, in the / etc / init.d / which can also be written
/ etc / modules which join the snd-sb16
For a manual open, you can use: modprobe snd-sb16
6, install the gnome system default voice
apt-get install gnome-audio
7, modify the normal user permissions
If ordinary users can not use the sound card, you can use the adduser audio to add permissions.
A more intuitive approach is to use gnome tools for the user and group.
8, the installation mixer
If necessary, you can install additional mixer.
Mixer are more optional, such as the gnome alsamixer and so on.

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