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expanded -isapnp explanation

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[64bc4bd]1<sect2>
2<title>Command explanations</title>
3
[237b6d9]4<para><parameter>--with-sequencer=yes</parameter>: This tells the <application>
5<acronym>ALSA</acronym> Driver</application> package to build the sequencer
[8c3989b2]6modules for whichever soundcards for which you are building. Most people want
7them so you will usually want to leave it set to yes.</para>
[64bc4bd]8
[237b6d9]9<para><parameter>--with-oss=yes</parameter>: This tells the package to
[8c3989b2]10build the <acronym>OSS</acronym>/Free emulation modules. Again, most people
11want this so it's probably best to stick with yes.</para>
[64bc4bd]12
[237b6d9]13<para><parameter>--with-isapnp=no</parameter>: Most sound cards these days
[da23cf6]14are <acronym>PCI</acronym> and so <acronym>ISA</acronym> Plug and Play
[86793e85]15support isn't needed. If you are using an <acronym>ISA</acronym> PnP soundcard,
16it's best to say yes here. If your card is <acronym>ISA</acronym>, but
17not PnP, it is safer to stay with 'no'.</para>
[64bc4bd]18
[237b6d9]19<para><parameter>--with-cards=all</parameter>: You can tell the script just
[da23cf6]20to build the drivers for your particular sound card here. For full information
21on which drivers are available see <command>./configure
22--help</command>. If you aren't sure which chipset your soundcard uses,
[8c3989b2]23have a look in <filename>CARDS-STATUS</filename> in the
[237b6d9]24<application><acronym>ALSA</acronym> Driver</application> source
[da23cf6]25tree. The default specified here will build all drivers.</para>
[64bc4bd]26
27</sect2>
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