me at morganstorey.com
Tue Jun 26 00:36:53 BST 2007
The best commands to see if the card is in the slot are lspci and dmesg,
lspci does what it looks like lists PCI, dmesg simply lists recent system
Driver-wise as Andre said, it is part of the Kernel
On 6/26/07, Andre Mangan <andremangan at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 25/06/07, david <daljo at gotalk.net.au> wrote:
> > Im running feisty
> > I am want to install a creative ct4810 audio card in a PCI slot.
> > ?1 what is the command to find out if my computer knows the card is in
> > the slot?
> > ?2 is there a simply guide to help me install the driver for it?
> > Thanx in advance
> > David
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> The driver for this card is incorporated in the kernel,
> This card is the Creative Vibra 128 card, superseded by the Creative Live
> card. Both of these cards work well in Ubuntu.
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