Yes, I built without snd_uaudio.ko.
In order to use the port audio/oss, I had to disable the sound.ko, so I had
to exclude it from the kernel, and add it as a module.
I agree, that snd_uaudio.ko brought improvements. I like it a lot. But
snd_hda.ko, which I use to listen to music make those scratchy sounds all
the time, where the music should be crystal clear.
I will try now with the GENERIC kernel, and the kernel without sound.ko,
and snd_hda.ko, but with snd_uaudio.ko enabled and see what will happen.
2013/6/11 Hans Petter Selasky <h...@bitfrost.no>
> On 06/10/13 22:39, Jože Zobec wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> my name is Jože Zobec. I am using Logitech Webcam C525. So fare I have
>> able to use it flawlessly with drivers tat came with the base system.
>> However, those same drivers fared rather poorly when I used them with
>> audio/musicpd, so I tried to use audio/oss.
>> So far so good. There has been a great improvement on the output quality
>> given by musicpd, but my webcam doesn't work with these modules -- kernel
>> automatically tries to create a /dev/dsp* device. To do that, it requires
>> sound.ko module, which conflicts with module osscore.ko, supplied by the
>> audio/oss port. Not knowing what to do, it starts to panic.
>> Is there a way to use multimedia/webcamd with audio/oss, or is this
>> unsupported? I am running FreeBSD 9.1-STABLE #3 r251600.
>> Thank you for your time,
> Did you build a kernel without snd_uaudio?
> Also note that 9-stable has several USB audio improvements.
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