Damon Butler wrote:
Sound functions under FreeBSD only if I boot into Linux first and then reboot the machine into FreeBSD. This sounds rather incredible (to me at least) but here's what I've done to confirm this.
Your soundcard needs initialising before it'll function in some way that linux understands and FreeBSD does not, once linux has done the dirty the card is then alive and kicking.
I have a similar issue with my wifi card and FreeBSD/Win2k dual booting, when i boot into bsd from cold all is well, if i boot into windows first and then go back to freebsd without a shutdown the cards isnt there, windows does something to my cardbus controler that stops it initialising properly under bsd, good thing i only boot win2k for ghosting :)
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