On Wednesday 03 March 2004 10:12 pm, Tadimeti Keshav wrote:
> Hi
> thanks for the answer, but when I had Windows
> installed, the speaker did work, I mean I was able to
> hear music, in addition to the beeps.

I may be confused as to what speaker you are talking about. My 
assumption was that you were referring to the standard PC speaker 
(sometimes called the console speaker), and not a speaker attached to 
an audio card. For most laptops, these two speakers are the same. For 
most desktop systems, the "internal" speaker is mounted to the case via 
a lead from the motherboard.

If you are indeed referring to the same internal speaker that I am 
referring to, then you can indeed play music through it. But the audio 
quality will be extremely poor. But I don't know how to do it with 
FreeBSD. I suspect you'll have to write your own driver.

On the other hand, if you're talking about getting you audio card with 
attached speaker to work, that is a different story. I can't help you 
there, but many people can, provided that you first let them know what 
sound card you have, or if it's integrated onto the motherboard, what 
motherboard or computer model you have.

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