Re: IBM Thinkpad or a Toshiba?
> would you mind giving some specific details on what you mean by "sound
> does't work properly [on a neomagic chipset]"?
i've had reports from about 6 other people of the same thing. basically
sound works fine until you suspend/hibernate/save to disk. after that it
just doesn't work right. either you get no sound at all, or it stutters
like a skipping record. the error it reports is:
Sep 8 19:16:48 heyzeus kernel: Sound: DMA (output) timed out - IRQ/DRQ config error?
reboot and it works just fine.
> the reason i ask is that i think the 600 series use the neomagic chipset
> and i did get sound working -- but i am not sure if i got things working
> 'properly' :-)
you can see what i did at my thinkpad 390 page (i haven't updated it in a
little while with the problems):