On 7 August 2011 11:43, Shridhar Daithankar firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
As we started publishing manuals on Muktware a few months ago. We just published a detailed Arch Linux manual. The manual is targetted at those users who want to try it but fail to do due to lack of easy manuals. ArchWiki is an excellent source, yet we needed simplifications.
I hope it will help users.
There are some errors in the manual, like:
To make sure alsa module is loaded at every boot we have to add the module in the rc.conf configuration file. Open the rc.conf configuration file via nano. Run this command nano /etc/rc.conf Go to DAEMON section and add alsa. It should look like this after adding alsa: DAEMONS=(syslog-ng network netfs crond alsa)
Alsa daemon doesn't load "alsa module" (I think there's no such thing). It just saves and restores volume.