jpgarcia at execpc.com
Mon Sep 20 02:59:14 EST 1999
Shaw Terwilliger wrote:
> Also, does anyone have a solution to my Lombard audio problem?
> After a snooze, it comes back up and my audio is gone. The kernel
> driver seems to be there (mixers remember all previous levels and
> can set new ones), and user-space access to /dev/dsp and /dev/audio
> works, but nothing comes out of the speakers.
i have this problem ony my wallstreet/300 also. I don't know of a fix yet. A
temporary way around it would be to make a module of dmasound, and rmmod it
before sleeping, and insmodding it after, however it seems that this code is
also broken. interrupt allocation. will panic upon a 3rd insmod, or a cat of
/proc/interrupts while it is not installed. If this were fixed, i'd think the
sleeping issue would be a snap.
Joseph P. Garcia jpgarcia at execpc.com jpgarcia at lidar.ssec.wisc.edu
CS Undergraduate Student Employee - Systems Programmer
University of Wisconsin - Madison UW Lidar Group
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