Re: he time is ...
On Tue, Apr 03, 2001 at 02:16:27PM +0100, David Wright wrote:
> Quoting Johann Spies (email@example.com):
> > I had "saytime" working.
> > On Saturday I installed a new motherboard and since then calling
> > "saytime" does not say the time anymore but starts and ends with "The
> > time is..."
> > I have reinstalled saytime, but it did not solve the problem. Does
> > anyone know wether it has something to do with some CMOS-setting? Or
> > where else do I look for a solution?
> Just a possibility - it can solve truncation, but I didn't think
> it got that bad...
> Try putting into /etc/modutils/local
Thanks for your reply.
I did not have a file "local" in /etc/modutils, but created it.
> options sound dmabuf=1
> and running update-modules.
Unfortunately it did not make a difference. I also tried putting the
line in the /etc/modutils/cs4232 but it did not help.
> The buffer needs to be allocated to < 16MB so getting it modprobed
> early ensures that. This problem might arise with a new mobo/more
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