rnoland at FreeBSD.org
Tue Aug 25 21:28:23 UTC 2009
On Tue, 2009-08-25 at 22:14 +0200, Thierry Herbelot wrote:
> Le Tuesday 25 August 2009, Robert Noland a écrit :
> > On Tue, 2009-08-25 at 21:27 +0200, Thierry Herbelot wrote:
> > > Le Tuesday 25 August 2009, Sam Fourman Jr. a écrit :
> > > > > Meanwhile, if you interested in any information about this
> > > > > motherboard - data dumps, outputs from tools, etc - please let me
> > > > > know, I will try my best to provide that.
> > > >
> > > > it would be interesting to see a dmesg as a starting point.
> > >
> > > here you are ;-)
> > >
> > > I have plugged a PCI sound board in the machine, but it does seem to be
> > > detected (there could be some issue with PCI bus enumeration : I also
> > > include a pciconf log)
> > I'm curious why you would plug in a pci sound card? You already have
> > both a standard hda codec as well as the hda codec for the hdmi port of
> > the video. If you are discovering that it isn't working... set
> Initially, this was the issue, before other people sent various howtos around
> the probe of the hdmi hda port (which by the way sounds *much* better than my
> previous cmi board).
> Afterwards, the PCI board remained in the machine (leftover from a previous
> box), but it is still *not* seen by the PCI enumeration (I'm a bit too lazy
> to find another spare PCI board and plug it in see what happens : is it also
> ignored by the BIOS/ACPI/whatever and/or the kernel ?).
> It seems that it is not either detected by a Linux kernel.
Perhaps it isn't seated properly? Or possibly a different slot might
> > hw.snd.default_unit=1 which is typcially your normal analog audio port.
> > The hdmi port on radeon chips tends to be enumerated before the normal
> > system codecs, so people tend to think that sound isn't working.
> > robert.
Robert Noland <rnoland at FreeBSD.org>
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