New snd_hda driver came in.
admin at lissyara.su
Wed Sep 17 12:30:28 UTC 2008
Alexander Motin пишет:
> Alex Keda wrote:
>>>> after today update source, not work internal speaker...
>>>> phones - works...
>>>> lissyara$ dmesg | grep hda
>>>> hdac0: <ATI SB600 High Definition Audio Controller> mem
>>>> 0xd8900000-0xd8903fff irq 16 at device 20.2 on pci0
>>>> hdac0: <HDA Driver Revision: 20080916_0112>
>>>> hdac0: [ITHREAD]
>>>> hdac0: <HDA Codec #3: Realtek ALC262>
>>>> pcm0: <HDA codec #3 Realtek ALC262 PCM #0> on hdac0
>>>> lissyara$ uname -a
>>>> FreeBSD lissyara.moskb.local 8.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 8.0-CURRENT #0: Wed Sep
>>>> 17 10:41:27 MSD 2008
>>>> lissyara at lissyara.moskb.local:/tmp/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC amd64
>>>> before update work and phones and speaker (but, when plug phones speaker
>>>> not dead =()
>>>> how say driver use internal speaker?
>>> Send me please verbose boot messages from your system. Also try to
>>> plug/unplug headphones with verbose messages enabled looking for any
>>> kernel log activity and send that logs to me.
>> see attached file
> As I can see, your BIOS configures codec in very unusual way. It defines
> 2 playback associations (logical devices): one for line-out jack and
> headphones jack and another for speaker. As soon as your ALC262 codec
> allows playback to speaker only from first DAC and it was already used
> by the first association, driver was unable to route any signal to
> speaker reporting:
> hdac0: Association 1 (2) trace failed
> You can specify
> in your loader.conf to reconfigure codec in a more usual way to make
> speaker and headphones jack a first association and line-out - second.
> That combination should work fine I think.
> If it will - tell me your system model to add permanent quirk to the driver.
Thanks! It work!
By default - sound from speaker, if I plug headphones - speaker is off,
and sound from phones.
about my box.
It brand HP computer - "HP xw4550 Workstation"
Motherboard contain only "HP" logo and "Model FMB 0703"
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