On Sun, May 28, 2000 at 02:06:03AM +0200, Ollivier Robert wrote:
> I just upgraded my home machine from 4.0-R to 5.0-CURRENT and have found
> something odd. I have an ISA PnP SB AWE64 in the machine and it is not seen by
> the system at all.
Are you using the pcm driver or the old voxware drivers? I have the same
card and it has been always working for me with pcm both on 4.0 and now
-CURRENT. Using it right now:-)
The only remaining issue this far has been that when the Linux RealPlayer
starts playing a clip, it will always start-stop-start in the beginning and
after doing this exactly once, it will play for about 2 secs and then start
replaying a short snippet faster and faster for about 4 secs not more, after
this is done, playing works as it should. Which is annoying but since I only
use RealPlayer to listen to live radio, I simply do not turn on the volume
in the first 5-6 secs after which normally all is correct again. Must stress
that this *only* happens with RealPlayer for Linux, but *not* with mp3
playback or anything else. These symptoms were not present under 4.0. So it
can be just as well linuxulator related...
> I found this in dmesg:
> isab0: <Intel 82371SB PCI to ISA bridge> at device 7.0 on pci0
> isa0: <ISA bus> on isab0
> isa0: unexpected small tag 14
This is no problems. Was also present under 4.0-STABLE for me. I do not know
what it means though.
> unknown: <Audio> can't assign resources
> Any idea why ? The 'small tag' error worries me...
> Messages from older boot:
> sbc0: <Creative SB AWE64> at port 0x220-0x22f,0x330-0x331,0x388-0x38b irq 5 drq 1,5
> sbc0: setting card to irq 5, drq 1, 5
> pcm0: <SB DSP 4.16> on sbc0
So you are using pcm then... Well I only have
in my kernel config and no PNPBIOS option. (PnP OS set to "no" in the BIOS)
Despite this, yesterday's kernel prints all sorts of "unknownX <PNPxxx> ....
" lines which I only saw this far with people who had "options PNPBIOS" in
their kernels. But it doesn't bother me much... I know that the SB 64 PnP
ISA exports so many possible PnP configs that it may confuse the kernel.
(I have no other PnP devices so I am easy here.)
The lines that matter come after that:-)
sbc0: <Creative SB AWE64> at port 0x220-0x22f,0x330-0x331,0x388-0x38b irq 5
1,5 on isa0
sbc0: setting card to irq 5, drq 1, 5
pcm0: <SB DSP 4.16> on sbc0
and here we go.
What does 'cat /dev/sndstat' say on your system?
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