The following reply was made to PR amd64/148488; it has been noted by GNATS.
From: =?iso-8859-1?q?St=E9phane_Thibaud?= <snthib...@gmail.com>
To: Alexander Motin <m...@freebsd.org>
Subject: Re: amd64/148488: Headphone won't work on NVidia MCP78 High Definition
Date: Wed, 14 Jul 2010 12:38:43 +0200
Le lundi 12 juillet 2010 18:02:37, Alexander Motin a =E9crit :
> St=E9phane Thibaud wrote:
> > Le lundi 12 juillet 2010 07:53:36, Alexander Motin a =E9crit :
> >> Difficult to say for sure without seeing verbose dmesg, but may be that
> >> headphones and microphone input just configured as separate device pcm=
> >> You may try to set sysctl hw.snd.default_unit=3D1 to use that device by
> >> default. In any way make sure to read snd_hda man page and analyze
> >> driver's verbose output.
> > Thanks for your quick response. To be honest I uninstalled PC-BSD alrea=
> > (in favor of kubuntu), since I had to have an OS for some basic tasks
> > but I'll get back to BSD as soon as 8.1 is released (since you said my
> > SATA would then be supported in amd64/148489). When the two things I
> > posted actually work in FreeBSD, then the hardware support for my laptop
> > is practically perfect (and PC-BSD seems so much more stable than
> > kubuntu, not to mention the terrific BSD license!). Can these sound
> > tweaks be tested with the live-boot-thing of PC-BSD or is a reboot
> > needed?
> Default sound device can be set on-the-fly via sysctl.
Wow, that worked! Terrific!
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