unimplemented sound ioctl
Alexander at Leidinger.net
Wed Jun 30 09:34:29 PDT 2004
On Wed, 30 Jun 2004 22:41:22 +0930
"Daniel O'Connor" <doconnor at gsoft.com.au> wrote:
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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 0.90.0.6, 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.
She isn't able to answer more than one call... :-)
> > 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 0.90.0.3 here.
0.90.0.4 (ports/net/skype) has some bugfixes.
> > 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 :)
Their headquarter is ~one hour away from here... but their development
team seems to be spread around the world.
> > > 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
The OSS documentation from 4front suggests to use this ioctl if you want
to use full duplex functionality. I think it's a bug that we don't
support those ioctls. But let's hope there will be a workaround in skype
(if this is the reason why we aren't able to use skype).
I'm available to get hired (preferred in .lu).
http://www.Leidinger.net Alexander @ Leidinger.net
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