I cannot get any audible noise from my AudioPCI card under 2.0.35 using
the commercial OSS sound driver at all.
The README says that interrupt sharing is not supported by the driver, so
I moved my AudioPCI card to another slot that is not sharing an IRQ.
My /dev/sndstat entries look OK. The card works under windoze 95/98/NT so
it's not a hardware issue per se.
And yes I set my mixer outputs to 75:75 on all outputs and also enabled/disabled
four channel support as well, (I only use two speakers presently anyway).
I even tried to patch my SuSE kernel sources with Alan Cox's modular sound
drivers, but I got five rejects instead of the expected one, so I can't even
compile that as an option.
Any ideas would be welcomed. Flames to /dev/null
My /dev/sndstat and /proc/pci snippets follows.
===== begin /dev/sndstat ======================
OSS/Linux 3.9.1a (C) 4Front Technologies 1996-1998
License serial number: XXXXXXXXXX
This copy of OSS is licensed to Carlos Dominguez
Kernel: Linux corunna 2.0.35 #1 Wed Aug 12 21:40:46 EDT 1998 i686
Ensoniq AudioPCI at 0x1040 irq 10
SoftOSS Virtual Wave Table
0: Ensoniq AudioPCI (DUPLEX)
1: Ensoniq AudioPCI (playback only)
0: SoftOSS v1.2
0: System clock
0: Ensoniq AudioPCI
===================== end /dev/sndstat ===========================
===================== begin /proc/pci ============================
Bus 0, device 15, function 0:
Multimedia audio controller: Unknown vendor AudioPCI (rev 0).
Slow devsel. IRQ 10. Master Capable. Latency=96. Min Gnt=12.Max Lat=128. I/O
===================== end /proc/pci ==============================
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