On Wed, 3 Dec 2003, Zhang Weiwu wrote: >Hello. I'm running pcm on Thinkpad 600 (FreeBSD 4.9 RC3) without any >problem. > >It looks like your kernel is compiled with option PNPBIOS, these devices >that "unknown, cannot assign resources" are unknown PNP devices, >usually of no importantance (from my previous experience). These PNP >devices seems have nothing to do with pcm0, they are just luckly to be >printed right after pcm. > >Try to play some music, use mixer(8). Perhaps you already have a working >pcm0. >
/dev/mixer is not present, nor are any other sound devices (except sndstat; and a quick less -f sndstat shows no devices installed). Attempting to play an mp3 via xmms fails (since /dev/dsp doesn't exist). Were I running one of the older trees, I would say that I need to run sh MAKEDEV snd0, but that seems to be gone from 5.x. I would be interested in seeing precisely the lines you put into your kernel regarding sound. Unless there is some obvious thing I failed to do, I shall move my question over to FreeBSD-mobile. Thanks for the help. -Davis _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"