Yes it looks alright. But you may have another problem. Does sound work on you're computer. If it doesnt, if may be muted
When i got fedora, my sound was muted so be carefull ;_;
run alsamixer in a terminal, hit right-arrow until you get to item "External Amplifier", and type "m" to toggle the mute setting. Also toggle settings on (such as PCI, blah, blah, to make SURE that everything works)
i have a hunch but (please forgive me if im wrong) but you have .deb packages their.... the fedora derivative is .rpm. I always got frustrated when i tried to install .deb packages in fedora, i always got errors. There is a partial workaround http://lists.debian.org/debian-dpkg/.../msg00051.html
but there doesnt seem to be much hope. Its the way the fedora directory server is structured. There iis a way to get that on debian, but not on fedora http://directory.fedora.redhat.com/w...o:DebianUbuntu
Yet this forum seems to have a solution http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/show...t=40622&page=4
In conclusion i think its .deb packages that are giving you the headaches.