On 02-Feb-01 Yoshihiro Koya wrote:
> Hello,
> I did make world a couple days ago.  The system was built from cvsup'd 
> source on Jan 30:
>>>>> elf make world started on Tue Jan 30 06:23:38 JST 2001
> The system uses DEVFS. But I have some issue around sound drivers.
> I usually use mpg123(Version 0.59r (1999/Jun/15))
> or x11amp(version 0.8).  Before using DEVFS, I was able to adjust
> sound volume in the sophisticated manner.
> But, after installing DEVFS, I wasnt adjust sound volume.
> It might be difficult to run x11amp with DEVFS.
> On the other hand, mpg123 works. But, its sound is too loud.
> Added to this, before install DEVFS, I found /dev/dsp1 or /dev/dsp0 
> in /dev.  But I only found the different kind of files:
> % ls /dev
> acd0a           cuala0          ptyp0           ttyv3
> acd0c           dsp1.0          ptyp1           ttyv4
> ad0             dsp1.1          random          ttyv5
> ad0s1g          dspW1.0         sndstat         ttyv6
> ad0s2a          dspW1.1         stderr@         ttyv7
> ad0s2b          fd/             stdin@          ttyv8
> ad0s2e          fd0             stdout@         ttyv9
> ad0s2f          io              sysmouse        ttyva
> apm             kbd0            tty             ttyvb
> apmctl          klog            ttyd0           ttyvc
> audio1.0        kmem            ttyid0          ttyvd
> audio1.1        log@            ttyld0          ttyve
> bpsm0           mem             ttyp0           ttyvf
> console         mixer1          ttyp1           tun0
> consolectl      null            ttyv0           urandom
> cuaa0           pci             ttyv1           vga@
> cuaia0          psm0            ttyv2           zero
> The files /dev/dsp1.0 and /dev/dsp1.1 are new to me.  Of course,
> I tried to do
> % x11amp -e /dev/dsp1.0
> % x11amp -e /dev/dsp1.1
> % x11amp -e /dev/dspW1.0
> % x11amp -e /dev/dspW1.1
> But in vain.
> Does some have solution or suggestion?

Add 'hw.snd.unit=1' to /boot/loader.conf.


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