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Old 30th July 2008
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Default Have no sound freeBSD 7.0

Can anyone help with sound driver installation? I am a newbee. When configure alsa-driver from source the error was that can't find kernel-source in /usr/src/ and version.h file too. I did install with sysinstall : distributions>src>sys & base ... where is my kernel-source and version.h I don't know .. Command "whereis version.h" can not find such a file. My goal is to start alsaconf command to install my sound driver but a lot of software like above demand kernel sources and modules so I need to know how to find them. I tried uname -r but it didn't give me kernel version. Give me please a good link to read more about freeBSD (if there has such a topic off course)
Is it worth to learn freeBSD? I read a lot of positive opinions about it
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ALSA is for Linux. FreeBSD is not Linux.

What kind of sound card do you have?
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Try the script in post #2, or you can do it manually as described post #1.
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It is works now! Thank you! It was the same driver like in example
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