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Debian Support many Sound ''card'' by default (PCI, USB, FireWire...). Those list may help: Debian supports many Sound ''card''s by default (PCI, USB, !FireWire...). These lists may help when trying to determine if your device is supported or not:
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 * !FireWire, see ''??'', [[FireWire]]
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__See Also__:
 * [[SoundConfiguration|How to configure sound system]]
== See Also  ==
 * [[SoundConfiguration|How to configure the sound system]]
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Reviews == External links ==
=== Reviews ===
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Supported Device Lists === Supported Device Lists ===
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 * [[http://tldp.org/HOWTO/Sound-HOWTO/x96.html|tldp.org Linux Supported Sound Hardware]]
* [[http://lau.linuxaudio.org/Sound-HOWTO-3.html|linuxaudio.org Linux Supported Sound Hardware]]
 * [[http://tldp.org/HOWTO/Sound-HOWTO/x96.html|tldp.org Linux Supported Sound Hardware]] - obsolete (2001)
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 * [[http://tuxmobil.org/sound_linux.html|tuxmobil.org Sound Card Support for Linux with Laptops and Notebooks]]
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CategorySound CategorySound | CategoryHardware

Translation(s): English - Français - Italiano - Português (Brasil)



A sound card is a computer expansion card that can input and output sound under program control.

Debian supports many Sound cards by default (PCI, USB, FireWire...). These lists may help when trying to determine if your device is supported or not:

See Also

Reviews

Supported Device Lists


CategorySound | CategoryHardware