Philippe Vachon wrote:Thanks for the advice -- I've already checked there, as per the instructions in the handbook. That's why I have the line
I guess I was trying my best to avoid having to recompile the Kernel, and stick with the stock kernel in 5.1. Are there any alternatives to recompiling?
Jorn Argelo wrote:
Do you have the following kernel options compiled in your kernel?
device pcm device sbc
I believe you don't need a soundblaster kernel module then, but I am not sure.
On Friday 27 February 2004 17:41, Philippe Vachon wrote:
I just subscribed to the list, but I've been using FreeBSD on and off
for a few months now. There has, however, been one thing lacking from my
FreeBSD setup and that is the ability to play sound!
I followed the directions in the handbook (namely adding the line to load the snd_ab16.ko kernel module to loader.conf) and adjusted the volume. The sound, when it does play, is compressed -- i.e. runs at 10 times the speed it should. I can't even play any audio with XMMS.
Anybody have any ideas? It's a Creative SoundBlaster 16 PnP ISA card
(model CT4180), and it's in a PIII450 box with an ASUS P2BF motherboard.
Any help will be appreciated.
There is a *long* list of loadable modules in /boot/kernel/ ... check out the ones that have snd* in the title.
Then, $man kldload.....
Kevin Kinsey DaleCo, S.P.
in my loader.conf, as per the directions in the handbook, and told to me by many on the #freebsd channel on freenode.
I do get sound playing, however, the problem is, wherenever I do get sound playing, the time is compressed -- it plays 10 times (or even more) faster than it should be.
It's annoying, I guess, because I easily enough was able to get OSS to work with Linux kernel 2.4.x and ALSA in the 2.6.x kernel on this computer, but I still cannot for the life of me get the FreeBSD kernel to play audio on this computer. :(
Thanks, Phil _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"