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Asus K93SV Notebook Realtek Audio Driver

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Asus K93SV Notebook Realtek Audio Driver

Sorry for the late reply. The lspci output: Atheros Communications Inc.

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Fresco Logic Device rev 01 Realtek Semiconductor Co. Device rev 01 Comment 14 The Source But why it disabled in Fedora kernel config?

Please enable rts driver. It's still in staging.


That's what I do to enable the card reader in my asus laptop Comment 18 Josh Boyer The fixes mentioned are essentially style changes or small header changes to Asus K93SV Notebook Realtek Audio it continue building. The real work that needs to be done is contained in the TODO file in the driver directory. In short, it's these two items: Comment 21 Justin M.

Forbes Fedora 18 64 bits Hardware Bus Device ID 0bda: I haven't tried that. I solved my problem by downloading the rts driver and manually installing it and loading it into the kernel.

The thing is i will have to do it each time i install a new kernel: Comment 25 Juraj Jurco At first comment 17 helped me. But after installing updates it is not working again. I already tried to reinstall kmod-staging but I already have the leatest version.

Module rts not found. Semler If you boot into your old 3.

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Note that there is kmod-staging for 3. Comment 27 TL I'm running Fedora 19, kernel 3. I tried various suggestions on this thread, including installing kmod-staging.


Anything I can do here? I experience a similar issue on my Lenovo Ideapad S The card reader is Realtek RTS I'm running the latest kernel on Fedora 20 3. Thanks for your help, Didier Comment 29 Roland Kuebert The card reader is an RTS and it is correctly listed via USB, but as for the other commentators, nothing Asus K93SV Notebook Realtek Audio when inserting or removing a card, dmesg is silent.

I am running Fedora 20, kernel is 3. Cheers Roland Comment 30 uce pit Card reader not enabled, card insertion not detected.

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