skywizard at MyBSD.org.my
Tue Sep 20 19:35:58 PDT 2005
On Tue, 20 Sep 2005 19:50:25 -0400
David Wassman <myfreebsd at cox.net> wrote:
> I realized I might not have included enough detail. I have been using
> this system with the same sound card since at least 4.8 and don't
> recall having this issue before. I am possitive that this works just
> don't know why it does not now.
> There was a three week period in which I had no speakers plugged in (I
> have been in the middle of a move for the last month). During this
> period I have upgraded the system on occasion ( trying to get azureus
> working with Eclipse 3.1 etc.).
> I am unsure when exactly the problem occured. It's something you don't
> notice right away.
> I was hoping that someone had a similar issue. The sound card is not
> that uncommon. But several days of googling come up with nothing.
> Hope this may give some insight.
> Again thanks for all the help with this and in the past. The freebsd
> mailing lists are awesome and have always solved issues I couldn't
> figure out on my own.
My suggestion: try to deal directly with dsp/mixer instead of relying on
sound server. Use mpg321/123 / ogg123 / waveplay / sox to play
something, then try to change mixer value using /usr/sbin/mixer or
aumix. See if that would make any differences.
As a last resort, you may try applying this patch:
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