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  1. Thanks, that was a good idea. I logged on as root; I was able to shut down alsa and restart it. Just for good measure I re-booted the computer, but, no sound. It was worth a shot though. I'll try Mandriva as soon as it arrives, hopefully tomorrow. Just an FYI for anyone else setting up this type of system(I just got a couple with version 5.10 of Ubuntu installed on them) I was able to get sound working on mine by issueing the following two commands: sudo modprobe snd-cs4236 esd I ran across this thread searching google and thanks to this thread I was able to get it up and running.