On Friday 02 January 2004 02:06 pm, T Kellers wrote:Update here...I have removed the entries in /boot/loader.conf and now only have the kernel compiled with my 'device PCM' entry.
Don't use both device pcm and the .ko modules. The sound won't work at all
or, if it does, not properly. You may not even have any keyboard beeps
(^G's) if both are loaded.
I find I only add the device pcm line to my kernel and everything works fine. Gnome, KDE, console beeps. Everything works and I don't usually worry about the sound servers. When you install one of the window managers, as long as you install the multimedia package, the correct sound server gets installed too. This has been working for me for about 5 years now.
'dmesg | grep pcm' shows my soundcard entry and cat /dev/sndstat shows it as well.
I have rebooted after taking the entries out of loader.conf.
When I try something like
% play KDE_Beep_Ahem.wav
play: /dev/dsp: Operation not supported by device
What might be causing this that I could look into?
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