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Old 09-06-04, 04:45 PM   #20
Valheru
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Default Re: no sound with latest nforce drivers (1.0-0283)

I just gave it another try, this time with the kernelparamaters "noapic nolapic" and with APIC disabled in my BIOS. Still no sound, but when I look at dmesg I see :

Quote:
Nvsound: Set format as 10
Nvsound: Value a000c
Nvsound: fragment size a fragnum c
Nvsound: Nvaudio_release
Nvsound: Set format as 10
Nvsound: Value a000c
Nvsound: fragment size a fragnum c
Nvsound: Nvaudio_release
Nvsound: Set format as 10
Nvsound: Value a000c
Nvsound: fragment size a fragnum c
Nvsound: Unable to allocate the wave device
Nvsound: Nvaudio_release
usb 2-3: USB disconnect, address 2
Nvsound: Set format as 10
Nvsound: Value a000c
Nvsound: fragment size a fragnum c
Get REC SRC as 0 return as 80
Get REC SRC as 0 return as 80
Get REC SRC as 0 return as 80
Get REC SRC as 0 return as 80
Get REC SRC as 0 return as 80
Get REC SRC as 0 return as 80
Get REC SRC as 0 return as 80
Get REC SRC as 0 return as 80
Get REC SRC as 0 return as 80
Get REC SRC as 0 return as 80
Get REC SRC as 0 return as 80
Get REC SRC as 0 return as 80
Get REC SRC as 0 return as 80
Get REC SRC as 0 return as 80
Get REC SRC as 0 return as 80
Get REC SRC as 0 return as 80
Get REC SRC as 0 return as 80
Get REC SRC as 0 return as 80
Get REC SRC as 0 return as 80
Get REC SRC as 0 return as 80
Get REC SRC as 0 return as 80
The module loads fine though. No sound, needless to say.

Gayness abounds :

Quote:
valheru@warmachine ~ $ cat /usr/kde/3.2/share/sounds/pop.wav >> /dev/sound/dsp
cat: write error: Illegal seek
XMMS just skips from song to song searching in vain for something to pipe the music to.

I'm beginning to wonder if this is maybe related to udev. Is anyone else here using udev and getting no sound?

I'm going to disable udev and see if it helps.
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