>> I am a Linuxer with a 486DX2-66PCI,16MB RAM,1GB HD-SCSI,CTRL BUSLOGIC-BT946C,
>> CD-ROM TOSHIBA XM5201B(3X1/2) and with the kernel-1.1.89 with one sound card
>> ORCHID SOUNDWAVE32.
>> After a few attemps to configure I haven't been able to get kernel know my
>> sound card.
>> Is there anyone with the card like mine who managed to get it work on Linux?
>> Is there a Driver for the Orchid SoundWave32?
>> If there is not, where could I find the command <ld2inc> ?
>I got my Cardinal DSP-16 card (uses the same PSA chip set as the SW32)
>to work under Linux. I just treated it as an SB, when compiling the kernel,
>and made sure it was initialised under DOS before booting Linux. The output
>sample rate was all wrong (too slow) for some reason, but it did work after
>a fashion. I didn't spend any more time on it, however.
Exactly how not working? I cannot get MIDI to work (I did, but seem to
have lost it) Nor WSS, and soundblaster won't record. Appart from
that, it seems fine :-). The PSS driver is a handy way of loading in
the .ld file, even though it doesn't work (it seems) yet. You need to
Theres an ftp site cr1.see.plym.ac.uk which has the AD drivers for the
chipset in /pub/orchid.
Notably this complains (or rather the test program does) that the card
cannot grab various DMA channels (namely the ones I want to use). I
wonder if this is related to my problem ... *sigh*
When I die, I want to go peacefully, like my Grandfather, in
his sleep; not screaming like the passengers in his car.