I've got an old PC dualbooting Win2K and Fedora Core 3.
The soundcard is a Creative SB Live! Value (CT4780) -> I did say it was an old machine
Thing is, it works under Windows without a hitch, but not under Linux. I'm sure it worked though when I configured Linux for the first time after rebooting when the install was done.
I run the soundcard detection thing, and it seems to detect it (says it's a Creative Labs card) there's just no sound. I've turned up the volume on the taskbar in GNOME, and also in KMix in KDE, the speakers are turned on, turned up and plugged into the PC, but still nothing.
Creative's site says my soundcard should be compatible with the standard ALSA drivers built into Linux without me having to change anything, and that's what I've got set up, but still not getting any sound.
Can anybody help?