alex_snow at gmx.net
Fri Jan 24 06:34:16 EST 2003
Hi. It seems to work fine with oss but alsa still won't load. I'm
passing the irq and i/o address on the command line but it doesn't load.
I get the same thing about no such device /lib/modules/2.4.18/misc/bla bla
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On Thu, 23 Jan 2003, Adam Myrow wrote:
> On Thu, 23 Jan 2003, Alex Snow wrote:
> > Hi.
> > That worked! It detected my sb16 during boot, and it's now listed in
> > /proc/interrupts and /proc/ioports. So now should I try loading the alsa
> > module with the correct params?
> No, because the OSS drivers are already loaded. Test the card after
> detection. Slackware has a mixer program called rexima which is very easy
> to use. Just type rexima and use the numeric keypad 8 (say current line)
> key to find out what values are set for volume, microphone, etc. Adjust
> the volume and microphone to some reasonable value and try out the
> command-line play and record utilities. You select what you want to
> adjust with the up/down arrow keys and the left/right arrow keys change
> values. Pressing space on the microphone or line toggles whether you can
> record from it or not. Press "q" when done adjusting mixer values. Try
> "play somefile.wav" and "rec somefile.wav." Substitute some other
> filenames. If you can play and record sounds, the IRQ and address are
> right. You'll have to comment out that line again in order to load the
> Alsa drivers. I've never used a non-PNP card, so I'm not familiar with
> how to pass options to Alsa, but you'll need to get the Alsa drivers to
> use the same IRQ and base address that the OSS ones did. Good luck and
> let us know how it goes.
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