drupnah si drivers za creative live oba4e ako moje niakoi
da mi obiasni kak da gi install-na az sum sus slackware
You should already be running the kernel for each you are
compiling the driver
at this point. Then you just need to type "make" in the
The KERNEL_VERSION printed in the last message should
match the kernel
you want to compile the driver for, if not:
1. Using your own kernel sources (preferred)
Make sure you have configured your kernel sources ("make
and created the dependecies files ("make dep").
2. Using RedHat distribution kernel sources.
Copy/link one of the config files in
to linux/.config. The file should match your running
3. Using other distribution kernel sources.
Try point 2 above.
To compile the driver, simply type "make" a second time in
directory. This will generate the files "emu10k1.o"
and "ac97_codec.o" (and "emu10k1-joy.o" for 2.2 kernels).
1. As root type:
2. Add a new reference to the driver in /etc/modules.conf:
alias sound emu10k1
3. Play some sound. The module should be auto-loaded.
Note for Debians' users: use /etc/modutils directory,
create file emu10k1 here with the same content as is
the paragraph (5.) and run update-modules afterwards -
will create the correct /etc/modules.conf file)
The driver may need to be configured apropriately for your
The driver should work out-of-the-box for most situations
unless the following
-You want bass/treble control
-You have a '5.1' card _with_ digital speakers
-You want to use AC3 Passthrough
-You want to use the 3rd analog output on your '5.1' card.
-You're the type of person who likes to learn and
-You want to enable an input on your Livedrive or digital
If none of the above apply to you then you're done, enjoy!
The card is configured using a set of user tools. To
configure and install the
tools, type "make tools" followed by (as root) "make
will compile and install the following tools (and their
emu-dspmgr - A tool for configuring the cards dsp patch
(e.g for loading "effects", or routing an
input to an output)
emu-config - A tool for configuring the card (e.g.
toggling the analog/digital
output, selecting recording modes, etc)
as10k1 - A dsp code assembler for the emu10k1
processor (for development
Also, several ".bin" dsp patches will be installed in
you can load these patches using emu-dspmgr. For more
information on using the
above tools, see the man pages.
If you don't wan't to bother to learn how to use the above
tools, you are
encouraged to try out "emu-script" included in the source
tree in utils/mixer/.
By setting a few variables at the top of the script, when
run, it will set up
the card properly for your chosen setup. The script can be
run automatically at
module load by inserting the following line in your
post-install emu10k1 /usr/local/etc/emu-script
Then be sure to copy the script to the path mentioned in