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Re: xmms Dell 400SC /dev/mixer: Device not configured
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: xmms Dell 400SC /dev/mixer: Device not configured
- From: Stephan Tesch <stephan_(_at_)_tesch_(_dot_)_cx>
- Date: Sat, 4 Dec 2004 13:13:09 +0100
- Reply-to: stephan_(_at_)_tesch_(_dot_)_cx
On Thursday 02 December 2004 04:10, chefren wrote:
> /dev/mixer: Device not configured
Seems like the audio device is not configured for your system (which is proven
by your dmesg output). There should be lines reading.
ac97: codec id 0x...
ac97: codec features ...
audio0 at auich0
I _guess_ that the kernel doesn't recognise your AC97 codec. So an upgrade
> I thought I had to use ports but it was already there, probably because I'm
> using KDE?
Yep, xmms is a dependency of one of the KDE packages (can't remember which
> If I insert OpenBSD CD2, and start the program cdio and type "play 2" the
> LED on the CD-drive starts blinking. But no audio comes out of the
Could be either mixer related problem (cd input is muted) or you didn't
connect the cdrom with your sound card.
> Tried the same on a comparable installed 3.6 test machine with A-Open
> motherboard, SoundBlaster PCI-card. The program xmms also starts there but
> pointing at .mp3 files doesn't load them.
Install the xmms-mp3 package.
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