Originally Posted by mgulbran
Hey look, I fixed it. All I had to do was remove Fedora Core 5 and put OSX 10.4 back on it.
Hey look, being rude and sarcastic will get you nowhere. It makes people less and less interested in helping you. Also, just because you figured that saying Mac Mini - No Audio would be good enough, doesn't mean it would be.
I'm pretty sure that with the latest ALSA kernel drivers, full mac mini support (no lag, no missing mixer support) is included via the toonie drivers (which should be built as part of snd-powermac). I haven't been able to try the new fedora core yet (because half of my display is pushed to the side), but usually to autoload a module you put it in /etc/modules.autoload.d/kernel-(major).(minor). For example, on Gentoo, I'd put a line that had 'snd-powermac' on it (without quotes) in the file /etc/modules.autoload.d/kernel-2.6. I'm not sure if this would work in FC5 (cause I haven't been able to use it yet). I'm also positive that ALSA includes a way to emulate OSS, so your OSS-only apps (Ex skype, if it was for Linux PPC) can still work on an ALSA-only system.