Re: sound problem -ES1869
Thanks! IRQ 5 works. I can now play wav and mp3 files with XMMS.
Confused as to why the /proc/interrups file didn't help me.
Can you now tell me how to get midi file capability? xmms does
not play my midi files. neither does playmidi or mpg123.
I get the error: open /dev/sequencer: No such device or address
What must I do to configure a midi player?
Thanks again for the help!
On Sun, 22 Dec 2002, Seneca wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 22, 2002 at 12:15:59PM -0600, Russ Cook wrote:
> > Thanks for the tip. I tried setting the IRQ to 10, as suggested with
> > modprobe sb esstype=1869 irq=10
> > I then got the error:
> > kernel: sb: Interrupt test on IRQ10 failed - Probable IRQ conflict
> > looking at /proc/interrupts shows:
> > 0: timer
> > 1: keyboard
> > 2: cascade
> > 10: soundblaster
> > 11: eth0
> > 12: PS/2 Mouse
> > 14: ide0
> > 15: ide1
> > There is a second column between these two labeled CPUO.
> > It has a non zero value for all but 2, 10, NMI, and ERR.
> > Can anyone offer any further ideas?
> Try other interrupts. The manuals for two of my systems have tables
> of interrupts. This function list gives for the most part what is stated
> in the newer table, except when the older table is more clear.
> Level Function
> SMI Power management unit
> NMI Parity error detected, I/O channel error
> 0 Interval timer, system timer output 0
> 1 Keyboard
> 2 Interrupt from controller 2 (cascade)
> 3 Serial port 2
> 4 Serial port 1
> 5 Reserved (in older table: Parallel port 2)
> 6 Diskette controller
> 7 Parallel port 1
> 8 Real time clock
> 9 Cascaded to INT 0AH (IRQ2)
> 10 Reserved
> 11 Reserved
> 12 PS/2 mouse
> 13 INT from coprocessor (in older table: 80287)
> 14 Hard disk controller
> 15 Reserved
> >From the looks of your output, IRQ5 might work.
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