Support for High Definition Audio (Controller) is in the tree.
ariff at FreeBSD.org
Sun Oct 1 14:11:04 PDT 2006
On Sun, 01 Oct 2006 17:55:30 -0300
Rainer Alves <rainer.alves at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ariff Abdullah wrote:
> > I've just committed support for Intel (and compatible)
> > High Definition Audio (Controller). Please give it a good punch.
> My Thinkpad T42 uses a plain old AC'97 chipset, but I no longer have
> any sound output after your HDA commit.
> Sound output was OK up until yesterday's CURRENT. With today's
> CURRENT, sound is gone, even though the kernel detects my card.
How about setting your "ogain" and "phout" to 100
> [rainer at bsd ~]$ dmesg | grep pcm
> pcm0: <Intel ICH4 (82801DB)> port 0x1c00-0x1cff,0x18c0-0x18ff mem
> 0xc0000c00-0xc0000dff,0xc0000800-0xc00008ff irq 11 at device 31.5 on
> pci0 pcm0: <Analog Devices AD1981B AC97 Codec>
> [rainer at bsd ~]$ cat /dev/sndstat
> FreeBSD Audio Driver (newpcm)
> Installed devices:
> pcm0: <Intel ICH4 (82801DB)> at io 0xc0000c00, 0xc0000800 irq 11
> bufsz 16384 (1p/1r/1v channels duplex default)
> [rainer at bsd ~]$ mixer
> Mixer vol is currently set to 84:84
> Mixer pcm is currently set to 80:80
> Mixer line is currently set to 75:75
> Mixer mic is currently set to 0:0
> Mixer cd is currently set to 75:75
> Mixer rec is currently set to 0:0
> Mixer igain is currently set to 0:0
> Mixer ogain is currently set to 50:50
> Mixer line1 is currently set to 75:75
> Mixer phin is currently set to 0:0
> Mixer phout is currently set to 0:0
> Recording source: mic
> Rainer Alves
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... Recording in stereo is obviously too advanced
and confusing for us idiot ***** users :P ........
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