> On Sun, Sep 26, 1999 at 12:29:46PM -0700, Mike Smith wrote:
> > >
> > > But we do have a working driver for the AWE64. Or rather, it worked fine
> > > before the new PnP code was comitted, now it doesn't. It seems to me that
> > > this indicates a deficiency in the new PnP code. Isn't that correct?
> > No.
> > I have already explained to you that the AWE64 driver that you were
> > using (one actually of _three_ that we have) only worked with PnP cards
> > as an accidental side-effect of the old PnP code. Now that the PnP
> > code has been fixed, the brokenness of the old driver is exposed.
> Can you give me a few hints on what would be necessary to get the old
> driver to work with the new PnP?
As has already been explained to you (you _do_ read these messages in
their entirety, right?), the old driver has been obsoleted. You need
to take the functionality that you want from the old driver and
implement it in the newpcm code.
> It's amazing that one of the most popular sound cards of all time, one
> that works fine on practically every OS from DOS3.3 to Linux and BeOS,
> is of no concern to FBSD developers :-/
Since the AWE64 is already reported to work just fine with the current
generation sound code, this sounds just a little hysterical to me. You
seem to have a slightly more specialised requirement that's not yet
being catered to that does require some more attention.
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