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I've got a Fedora 13 server setup and running successfully. Unfortunately I'm having issues making sure the clients can hear sound.

I've installed the necessary alsa packages but I'm not having any luck.

# rpm -qa | grep alsa

Any idea what I should be looking at?

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closed as off topic by kce, Ward, Michael Hampton, HopelessN00b, rnxrx Aug 28 '12 at 6:23

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Any particular reason you're using 64-bit on an old Fedora release that was End of Life'd last June? You'd be far better off with a more recent release. – Magellan Mar 21 '12 at 2:35
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We had quite a few problems with 64-bit LTSP installations prior to 2010. And considering that you're looking to run an old, in fact now-unsupported, version of Fedora, I'd consider moving up to a more recent release on 64-bit or dropping to a 32-bit install with PAE.

Our 32-bit Ubuntu deployments of LTSP have always been fantastic right out of the box (except for a generation of Intel video on Dells), but the Fedora stuff has always been flaky for us running a dozen or so SuperMicro installations.

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