Joined: Feb. 2007
||Posted: Jan. 26 2008,19:23
Those old toshibas are great, I've owned several
Seems the sound chip is ESS 688. So, you would need to do what I did to my Satellite 200CDS.
The card is ISA, that's why it can't be autodetected. So go into the bios (press esc during boot),
and write up all the values for the sound (irq, address, dma). Then boot DSL, get a root console, and after using "modinfo sb" to see how to use the options (esstype is 688 by the way), use them like:
modprobe sb esstype=688 irq=blah blah.
Try playing sound, it should just work. Then put that modprobe line last into your /opt/bootlocal.sh to have sound every boot.
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