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Sound error: Can't allocate DMA buffer

Does anybody know how to get around the sound dma buffer problem?  I
am pretty sure the problem is that the system can't find any free
memory in the bottom 16MB.  I think that there is a way to lock in the
dma buffer, but I don't remember how, and I haven't managed to find
the right documentation.  I can get it working by starting a large
program to swap out some memory and then kill it, but it is a pain to
do that every time I want to use any audio.

Carl Johnson		carlj@peak.org

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