bryan.maynard at reallm.com
Fri Jul 8 19:43:40 GMT 2005
On Friday 01 July 2005 11:02 pm, Nikolas Britton wrote:
> On 7/1/05, Bryan Maynard <bryan.maynard at reallm.com> wrote:
> > I read through your kernel - very nice comments, thanks a lot!
> > I compiled the kernel and boot-up is noticably faster, thanks again!
> > I would like to investigate transfering all the device info from boot -v
> > to LATITUDE_C600.hints. I don't really know what most of the info from
> > boot -v means, I'd like to work on figuring it out. Maybe you could help
> > me learn and we could figure it out together?
> > Any help you could give you be greatly appreciated!
> > One thing of note: I don't have any sound. I've never had sound, but after
> > booting with the new kernel I went into KDE's control panel and tested the
> > sound system, but nothing came out. I didn't get any errors when it
> > restarted the sound system so I'm not sure what's up.
> Your using the wrong driver. the one you want is snd_maestro3. Add
> this to your loader.conf file:
> #sound_load="YES" #PCM Sound Support
> #snd_driver_load="YES" # Loads every sound drivers it can find
> snd_maestro3="YES" # Your driver
> hw.snd.maxautovchans=4 #sets up up to 4 virtual audio channels on demand
> #hw.snd.targetirqrate=36 # read the sound man page
> #hint.pcm.0.buffersize="16384" #read the sound man page
> After you do that reboot and retest it. first thing is to check dmesg.
> dmesg|grep -i pcm and do the same for ess and maestro, you should see
> that it was detected. also you should try
> 'cat /dev/sndstat'. fire up X and well, anyways.... if everything is
> working put the driver in the kernel config file and comment it out in
> loader.conf. I'll see what I can do about your other questions later,
> right now I need a smoke and have work to do.
My sound is working now, thanks :-)
My battery doesn't seem to be charging though. . . Everytime I boot dmesg
tells me that my battery has a critically low charge. I do not know how to
correct this. I just need my battery to work and I'll have a fully functional
> > I've incuded the dmesg output from the new kernel boot in case you need to
> > look at it along with my current CUSTOM.hints file (maybe it'll help. . .
> > :-?)
> > Anyway, thanks a lot for the new kernel, it works like a charm!
> > Bryan
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Thanks for all your help!
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