The above post was in the WRONG forum area. openSUSE-11.3 is NOT yet released and as such all posts for it, until the 15-July release, belong in Pre-Release/Beta. Hence the post was moved to Pre-Release/Beta. NNTP and Web based users are now invited to reply to try help in the Pre-Release/Beta software area of our forum.
This thread was previously posted in the wrong area (as the post is for openSUSE-11.3 support PRIOR to release of that software) and it has now been moved to pre-Release/Beta area of our forum. NNTP and WEB based users are now invited to respond to this thread.
(I can’t reply technically my self now, because I need to rush to work, and I am away on business Tuesday/Wednesday this week).
Sound is working correctly now.
By default the noveau driver is loaded. Even after nvidia drivers installation from repository the noveau drivers where used. I had to blacklist the noveau driver an I have installed the nvidia drivers from the nvidia website.
Installation of the Nvidia driver is found here:
Found A newbie friendly way for nvidia & nouveau
After that I reduced the sound adapter count from 4 to 1 by following the wiki.xbmc.org as mentioned earlier (top of this post)
Good to read you got it sorted. Welcome here, BTW.
I am also glad to read its working. Did you need to add your regular user to group audio to get audio working for them, or did this work ‘as is’ ? I noted in one of my 2 PCs (where I installed the proprietary grapic driver) I had to add the regular user to group audio.