Endianess problems in linuxppc kernel
Christian.Bauer at uni-mainz.de
Wed Apr 28 21:23:45 EST 1999
>Is the application perhaps using AFMT_S16_NE (native endianness) but
>assuming that that means little-endian?
This seems to be the case. I've written a test program that uses AFMT_S16_NE
and writes big-endian data and that works. So the bug appears to be in esd,
because the GNOME sounds are also affected.
/ Coding on PowerPC and proud of it
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