Hmmm. I'm seeing something like this. I have an <Gravis UltraSound MAX>
and mpg123 will play a list of songs correctly, but if I ^C out of it and
try again, I see the "pcm0: play interrupt timeout, channel dead" message
and it don't want to play again until a reboot.

The gusc0 device is the only one using irq 5 and I have used this setup
for quite a while.

gusc0: <Gravis UltraSound MAX> at port 0x220,0x320-0x327,0x32c-0x333 irq 5 drq 1,3 
flags 0x13 on isa0
pcm0: <GUS CS4231> on gusc0


> "me too"
> pcm0: <NeoMagic 256AV> mem 0xfda00000-0xfdafffff,0xfac00000-0xfaffffff irq
> 5 at device 0.1 on pci1
> pcm0: play interrupt timeout, channel dead
> Then EBUSY until the cows come home.  I chatted with Cam some this
> evening; this problem seems to have come about as a result of driver
> restructuring.  This chipset used to "just work" on my Dell notebook under
> some earlier 4.0 revision. 
> On Sun, 6 Aug 2000, Ollivier Robert wrote:
> > FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT #19: Thu Aug  3 19:19:36 
>CEST 2000     roberto@sidhe:/src/src/sys/compile/nSIDHE  i386
> > 
> > FreeBSD Audio Driver (newpcm) Aug  3 2000 17:03:04
> > Installed devices:
> > pcm0: <NeoMagic 256AV> at memory 0xfe000000, 0xfea00000 irq 9 (1p/1r channels 
> > 
> > The first time I run mpg123, it does nothing (that is, no sound is emitted)
> > and afterwards, /dev/dsp can't be opened at all...
>   Robert N M Watson 
> PGP key fingerprint: AF B5 5F FF A6 4A 79 37  ED 5F 55 E9 58 04 6A B1
> TIS Labs at Network Associates, Safeport Network Services

To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]
with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Reply via email to