[hsflinux] Dell Latitude D600: no device detected by hsf driver

Linuxant support (Jonathan) support at linuxant.com
Thu Nov 18 10:37:38 EST 2004


the problem is that you have the 'snd_intel8x0m' module loaded into your 
kernel. Normally, the 'hsfconfig' script should warn you that this 
module is in the kernel and then disables the 'snd_intel8x0m' module. 
Unfortunately, these features are broken on Fedora Core 3 and they will 
be fixed in the next release of the driver.

In the meantime, to fix the problem, please manually add the line

install snd_intel8x0m /bin/true

to your '/etc/modprobe.conf' file and then reboot your machine.


Technical specialist / Linuxant
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Bil Kleb wrote:
> Hello,
> I am getting a similar error to that reported by Esteves
> in the thread,
>   Dell Latitude D600: error installing 
> hsfmodem_6.03.00lnxt04082400full_i386.deb
> but I am using 
> hsfmodem-6.03.00lnxt04111500full_k2.6.9_1.678_FC3-1fdr.i686.rpm,
> can't find where ALSF is taking control in dmesg, and getting:
>  ERROR: no device detected by hsf driver
>  error: 
> %post(hsfmodem-6.03.00lnxt04111500full_k2.6.9_1.678_FC3-1fdr.i686) 
> scriptlet failed, exit status 1
> I have Fedora Core 3 installed with the latest kernel update.
> I got similar results with Fedora Core 3 with the original
> kernel combination.
> Your HSF drivers worked fine for Fedora Core 2 on the same machine.
> I have attached the output from `hsfconfig --dumpdiag`
> Thanks,
> -- 
> Bil Kleb
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