I'm trying to abandon window$ XP, so I recently installed Fedora 7. Dual boot is O.K.
But after test of sound in installation, and answering NO when asking if any sound had been heard, I revised specifications from Toshiba (Satellite P105-S6104, Core 2 Duo 1,6 MHz, 1GB RAM, 120 GB HDD, built in harman/kardon stereo speakers), and found that .."SRS TrueSurround XT is available in the Microsoft Windows operating system only".
Fedora identified the sound card as
Vendor: Intel Corporation
Model: 82801G (1CH7 Family) High Definition Audio Controller
Toshiba says about my sound:
Built-in Harman/kardon stereo speakers, sound volume control dial,
SRS Labs audio enhancements:
SRS TruSurround XT virtual surround sound,
SRS WOW stereo enhancement.
After test, Fedora says:
Error, you can create /root/scs config.log/root/scsrun.log (???) on the system tab and file a new bug at http://bugzilla.redhat.com
Won't my laptop let me listen anything from the Fedora partition?
I didn't find any sugestion reading again the installation guide.
I would appreciate any advice. Thanks.