Media Vision PCMCIA Sound Card

Media Vision PCMCIA Sound Card

Post by Rob B » Fri, 27 Sep 1996 04:00:00

Anyone have a clue as to how to get that Media Vision PCMCIA Sound
card,their one and only,to work under Linux ? They have not written
drivers for it ,under Windowz 95,which sucks in the first place,but is
there public / beta support for the card ,in the Linux community ?
Please help ...


1. FreeBSD with Media Vision ProSonic sound/scsi card

I am running a 386-40, 8mb, FreeBSD 2.1.0 RELEASE

I have a Media Vision 16-bit sound card(ProSonic NOT
ProAudioSpectrum/PAS) with a Future Domain SCSI interface
for the attached CD-ROM drive.  (btw: I use a IDE HD)
According to the documentation FreeBSD supports Future
Domain as noted below, but no drivers/devices are listed
in the kernel config file or LINT for that matter.
from hardawre faq:
4.2.    What SCSI controllers are supported?
FreeBSD supports the following SCSI controllers:
     Future Domain
        TMC-950 Series <ISA>
from handbook:
  o  Future Domain 8xx/950 series SCSI controllers.

two questions

Where is the support(drivers), if any, for future
domain scsi??

Any thoughts on what scsi interface my sound card
might have? The documentation just describes it
as "Future Domain" model.

My sound card claims Sound Blaster compability, but
don't they all.  Does this compatibility come from
software drivers that I would typically load in
MS-DOG, or does it come from actual hardware compability?

I guess the real question is can I use the FreeBSD
Sound Blaster drivers/devices to make my ProSonic
sound card work?

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