Re: A couple more strange "sound" probs...
I am at the university now and I don't have access to my linux box. As far as
I remember I have not tried to play wav files. I have played cds, mid, played
Quake and used real player. I will have to check out if wav files work well.
But something called my attention on your /dev/proc:
1) I think I don't have two MPU drivers. I'll have to check it. I also
have the feelings that during kernel configuration there was something
saying that one of the MPU devices available was not for SB cards. Once
more I am not sure.
2) You have no synt device. Where is your wave table. Do you see any
message showing your cards memory during the boot process?
I hope I will able to help better when I arrive home (in 8 hours
approximately). I'll sent my /proc/sound and my boot up sequence.
Graham Ashton writes:
> On Friday 19 February, rich wrote:
> humbug:root> cat /proc/sound
> Load type: Driver compiled into kernel
> Kernel: Linux humbug 2.2.1 #2 SMP Thu Feb 18 16:30:49 GMT 1999 i686
> Config options: 0
> Installed drivers:
> Type 26: MPU-401 (UART)
> Type 2: Sound Blaster
> Type 29: Sound Blaster PnP
> Type 7: SB MPU-401
> Card config:
> Sound Blaster at 0x220 irq 7 drq 1,5
> SB MPU-401 at 0x330 irq 7 drq 0
> Audio devices:
> 0: Sound Blaster 16 (4.16) (DUPLEX)
> Synth devices:
> Midi devices:
> 0: Sound Blaster 16
> 0: System clock
> 0: Sound Blaster
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