RE: cdplay & sound.o autoloading
> From bodec@Sherwood.co.uk Fri Aug 16 08:03:29 1996
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> Date: Fri, 16 Aug 1996 13:06:21 +0100
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> Someone (I know you will) correct me if I'm wrong, but doesn't the CD
> simply send audio directly to the sound card, rather than via a device
> This would not require a sound module, or kernel support for sound, to
> be present. It would also suggest your problem lies in the card's
> Casper Boden-Cummins.
> >From: Derek Lee[SMTP:email@example.com]
> >Sent: 16 August 1996 01:36
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> >Subject: cdplay & sound.o autoloading
> >I have been seeing something strange on my system. The autoloading of
> >the sound module works most of the time. The problem is with the CD
> >playing programs (cdplay from cdtool 1.0 or workman). They do not send
> >a request the sound module to kerneld. But they work if the module has
> >been loaded at some point in the past. In fact, they would continue to
> >work even if the sound module has been removed from the kernel!
> >--Derek Lee
I am coming to the same conclusion myself
So where is this initialisation done?