On Tuesday 12 April 2011 16:40:14 Oliver Fromme wrote:
> Sorry for posting to both usb@ and multimedia@, but I'm not
> sure if the problem is related to usb(4) or snd(4).
> I'm trying to get the microphone of a webcam working (it's
> a Logitech C210). When I load snd_uaudio(4), it is found
> as follows:
> uaudio0: <vendor 0x046d product 0x0819, class 239/2, rev 2.00/0.10, addr
> 2> on usbus3 uaudio0: No playback!
> uaudio0: Record: 48000 Hz, 1 ch, 16-bit S-LE PCM format
> uaudio0: No midi sequencer
> pcm5: <USB audio> on uaudio0
> Interestingly, I got only a new mixer device, but no new
> dsp device:
> crw-rw-rw- 1 root wheel 0, 144 Apr 11 22:39 mixer5
> And /dev/sndstat says this ("pcm5" is the cam's microphone):
> FreeBSD Audio Driver (newpcm: 32bit 2009061500/i386)
> Installed devices:
> pcm0: <HDA ATI RS690/780 HDMI PCM #0 HDMI> (play)
> pcm1: <HDA Realtek ALC892 PCM #0 Analog> (play/rec) default
> pcm2: <HDA Realtek ALC892 PCM #1 Analog> (play/rec)
> pcm3: <HDA Realtek ALC892 PCM #2 Digital> (play)
> pcm4: <HDA Realtek ALC892 PCM #3 Digital> (play)
> pcm5: <USB audio> (rec)
> And finally, mixer -f /dev/mixer5 says:
> Mixer vol is currently set to 75:75
> Mixer pcm is currently set to 75:75
> There seems to be no recording source configured:
> "mixer -f /dev/mixer5 recsrc" produces no output. Also,
> I cannot set any recording source. But I guess that's OK
> because there really is only _one_ fixed recording source
> supported by that device.
> Strangely, after a few minutes, a dsp device appeared.
> Something must have triggered that, but I have no idea what.
> Maybe it just took that long because something hung inside
> the driver and finally ran into a timeout ... But that's
> just a guess.
> crw-rw-rw- 1 root wheel 0, 145 Apr 11 22:48 dsp5.0
> However, the device doesn't work. When I tried to do a
> test recording with skype, nothing got recorded, and the
> following was logged:
> pcm5: chn_read(): pcm5:virtual:dsp5.vr0: record interrupt timeout,
> channel dead
> Does anyone have an idea what to do to get it working?
> I'm running a fairly new FreeBSD/i386 8-stable (2011-03-19).
Try the following command on your device after it is plugged:
usbconfig -d X.Y do_request 0x22 0x01 0x100 0x86 0x03 0x80 0xBB 0x00
Does it help?
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