Le Mercredi 7 mars 2018, Priyadarshan via openindiana-discuss a écrit :
> On 2018-03-07 18:49, Francis.D wrote:
> 
> > Hi,
> > 
> > I did the real installation on my Lenovo T400 and all works perfectly. 
> > The only problem is the sound. I don't have any sound. Even if the drivers 
> > are installed. 
> > 
> > result ocmmande
> > 
> > ls -l
> > 
> > total 224920
> > -rw-r--r-r---1 boo staff 1644 mars 7 12:58 audiosondriverproblem
> > 
> > Reference driver
> > 
> > pci17aa,20f2
> > Vendor:                             Intel Corporation
> > Device:                             82801I (ICH9 Family) HD Audio Controller
> > Sub-Vendor:                         Lenovo
> > binding name:                       pciexclass,0403
> > devfs path:                         /pci@0,0/pci17aa,20f2@1b
> > bus addr:                           1b
> > pci path:                           0,1b,0
> > compatible name:                    
> > (pciex8086,293e.17aa.20f2.3)(pciex8086,293e.17aa.20f2)(pciex8086,293e.3)(pciex8086,293e)(pciexclass,040300)(pciexclass,0403)(pci8086,293e.17aa.20f2.3)(pci8086,293e.17aa.20f2)(pci17aa,20f2)(pci8086,293e.3)(pci8086,293e)(pciclass,040300)(pciclass,0403)
> > driver name:                        audiohd
> > instance:                           0
> > driver state:                       Attached
> > fm-errcb-capable:                   TRUE
> > fm-ereport-capable:                 TRUE
> > ddi-no-autodetach:                  1
> > audiohd_beep:                       1
> > sample-rate:                        bb80
> > sample-bits:                        10
> > acpi-namespace:                     _SB_.PCI0.HDEF
> > assigned-addresses:                 8300d810
> > reg:                                d800
> > compatible:                         pciex8086,293e.17aa.20f2.3
> > model:                              Mixed Mode device
> > power-consumption:                  1
> > devsel-speed:                       0
> > interrupts:                         2
> > subsystem-vendor-id:                17aa
> > subsystem-id:                       20f2
> > unit-address:                       1b
> > class-code:                         40300
> > revision-id:                        3
> > vendor-id:                          8086
> > 
> > regard
> 
> Hi, 
> 
> I had the same issue, I believe that is common to all OpenSOlaris
> installs.

I believe this is a limitation of the OSS Pulseaudio backend which picks the 
first detected device.


 
> 
> The instructions in the comment at the bottom of this page helped me: 
> 
> https://distrowatch.com/table.php?distribution=xstreamos 
> 
> Copy and pasting here: 
> 
> ================ 
> 
> Also like any Solaris based systems (Solaris 11.3 or OpenIndiana) when
> installing on real hardware 
> audio defaults to wrong device (audiohd#0), to switch default to
> audiohd#1 (to have sound in Firefox) 
> remove existing links 
> # rm /dev/audio 
> # rm /dev/audioctl 
> # rm /dev/dsp 
> create new 
> # ln -s /dev/sound/1 /dev/audio 
> # ln -s /dev/sound/1ctl /dev/audioctl 
> # ln -s /dev/dsp1 /dev/dsp 
> 
> to see settings before/after change use 
> $ ls -l /dev/audio 
> $ ls -l /dev/audioctl 
> $ ls -l /dev/dsp 
> to see available options 
> $ cat /dev/sndstat 
> $ ls /dev/sound 
> 
> =================== 
> 
> Priyadarshan
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