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Re: SoundBlaster Live under 3.1?
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- Subject: Re: SoundBlaster Live under 3.1?
- From: Anonymous <remailer_(_at_)_remailer_(_dot_)_xganon_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Tue, 9 Jul 2002 20:12:30 -0500
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I haven't moved the card yet. Judging from the older post,
that may resolve the problem. However, it doesn't sound
like a true *fix*, that is why I haven't tried it yet (that
and it's a pain to open the box up and fuss around inside).
Also I think I only have one open slot... Anyway I figured if
I can't fix this in software, I will try that.
mpg123 misbehaves just like xmms: it will beep or make static
repeatedly, and then continue this way well after the process
In xmms, I only have two choices for output plugin: BSD Sun
Driver 0.6 [libsun.so] and the disk writer plugin which decodes
the mp3 into a wav on disk. So the BSD driver is my only real
driver to use.
I just disabled the onboard sound controller (that I didn't even
know my Asus K7V had -- no jacks or anything on the motherboard)
but to no avail. Same quirks.
I just noticed from my dmesg that my ethernet card is also on irq 5
- -- is it a Bad Idea to share this irq here?
On Mon, 8 Jul 2002 19:49:18 -0700
Peter Hessler <phessler_(_at_)_theapt_(_dot_)_org> wrote:
> On Mon, 8 Jul 2002 20:29:30 -0500
> Anonymous <remailer_(_at_)_remailer_(_dot_)_xganon_(_dot_)_com> wrote:
> :my dmesg says:
> :emu0 at pci0 dev 12 function 0 "Creative Labs SoundBlaster Live"
> : rev 0x08: irq 5
> :ac97: codec id 0x54524123 (TriTech Microelectronics TR28602)
> :audio0 at emu0
> I assume you changed the PCI slot, as sugguested by the URL you
> reference. Also, ac97 is generally a sound card on the motherboard.
> Try disabling it in your BIOS, and try it again. Did you create the
> audio devices? How does mpg123 play mp3's? What output plugin are
> you using with xmms?
> Peter Hessler <phessler_(_at_)_theapt_(_dot_)_org>
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