unimplemented sound ioctl (was: Re: Q's about IBM TSM)

Daniel O'Connor doconnor at gsoft.com.au
Wed Jun 30 06:12:06 PDT 2004

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On Wed, 30 Jun 2004 22:03, Alexander Leidinger wrote:
> > Is that really the problem? I tried my .so to fake that out but then I
> > found noone online to test it with.
> Use the echo123 user, she records your message for 10 secs and then
> repeats it. ATM I have problems with, it segfaults most of the

Ahh handy!
Hmm, she doesn't like me :(
Either I get routing -> failed, or routing -> refused.
I'll try it some more later.

> time. Yesterday I was able to login once, today it segfaults everytime
> I start it. So I won't commit it.

Hmm OK.. I have here.

> I don't see where the ioctl can be the problem, but I don't have access
> to the source. I told them some hours ago about it, now I'm waiting for
> a response.

Fingers crossed then :)

> > I can't seem to find the source for it anywhere.
> It's closed source. But I got the attention (and email address) of some
> of their developers.

Should come in handy :)

> > Alternatively you can just implement those ioctl's either in the linux
> > compat layer or the sound code (as stubs)
> Yeah... or we hope that a sound guy does it the right way... :-)

Heh, well I don't think it's a bug in FreeBSD - if you want to record audio 
you open the device for reading, if you want to write you open it for 

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