[UPDATE] RFC: snd_hda(4) -- Intel High Definition Audio driver
ariff at FreeBSD.org
Mon Sep 11 07:43:40 PDT 2006
On Mon, 11 Sep 2006 09:09:24 -0500
Kevin Kramer <kramer at centtech.com> wrote:
> i have tinkered a bit with this and i'm getting very loud output.
> i've got the /us/sbin/mixer set to 0:0
> using gzine with it's mixer/amplifier set to 0. if i move the gxine
> amplifier setting to 1.0 and the gxine volume to 1.0, i get what i
> would expect. but when i move the volume back to 0.0, it does not
> reduce. the volume changes do change the /usr/sbin/mixer settings
> as expected. now with the gxine volume still at 0.0, the default
> gxine amplifier setting was 100, now when i go to 10.0 it is too
> loud for my laptop. i was using the hacked hdac.ko driver prior to
> this and gxine worked fine.
> i almost blew my laptop (Latitude D820) speakers when the mixer was
> at 75:75
Thanks, but I'm sorry, this is not enough. I need your verbose
> i don' have a hint.pcm.0.softpcmvol sysctl
It is not sysctl. It is kernel hint. use kenv(8) to set it (reload
the module), or put it in /boot/device.hints (need a reboot).
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