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reinstallation of 3.2.0-23-lowlatency-pae kernel did also resolve the
both kernels (pae and not pae) now load snd-seq-midi properly !
keyboard works perfectly
thanks a lot to all of you
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reinstallation of 3.2.0-23-lowlatency-pae kernel did also resolve the probl=
em.both kernels (pae and not pae) now load snd-seq-midi properly !k=
eyboard works perfectlythanks a lot to all of youcheers !
jy2012/9/18 jy <=
2012/9/18 Pedro Lopez-=
On Tuesday 18 September 2012, you wrote:
> > stick.
Well, yes, I guess. But I'm not an ubuntu/debian user and I don&#=
39;t know the
best way to do so.I installed another kerne=
l: 3.2.0-23-lowlatency (not pae). Keyboard works out of the box and snd-seq=
-midi loads perfectly.=A0
Another question is: how could it happen in the first place? <=
/div>I guess some tweaking with the audio configuration. Maybe the ins=
tallation of my audio drivers since it's the only audio-related operati=
on I did since the install.
Was there an
accident while/after the installation? Or maybe a disk malfunction? Nope nothing like this....
try to check the filesystem before trying any other repair.Well since the new kernel solved everything, I think I'm go=
nna be allright now. I'll do a disk check though. It's a good idea.=
I'm also gonna reinstall 3.2.0-23-lowlatency-pae kernel and see if=
the problem remains...
PedroThanks a lot to all of you, you pointed the =
right direction :)I always love when the community effort is rewarded w=
ith a big SOLVED in the title of threadI'll keep you posted abo=
ut the 3.2.0-23-lowlatency-pae reinstall !
Cheers and thanksjy