uaudio and MV100

Hans Petter Selasky hselasky at
Tue Jun 20 04:47:07 UTC 2006

On Monday 19 June 2006 20:00, Matthew D. Fuller wrote:
> I picked up a MV100[0] today to fiddle with in the naive hope that
> FreeBSD would get along with it.  Alas, when I plugged it in, I got
> back:
> uaudio0: <FORTEMEDIA FM1083, class 0/0, rev 1.10/0.01, addr 3> on uhub0
> uaudio0: ignored audio interface with 2 endpoints
> uaudio0: audio rev 1.00
> And it doesn't give me a playback device.  A little Googling suggested
> that some people had met success with enabling the
> UAUDIO_MULTIPLE_ENDPOINTS #define in uaudio.c.  After flipping that
> on, I now no longer get that endpoint warning message, but it still
> fails to get anything useful.  /dev/sndstat says:
> pcm1: <USB Audio> at ?  (0p/1r/0v channels)
>         mode 1:(input) 1ch, 16/16bit, pcm, 8000Hz
> (note the '0p')
> I wonder if anybody's messed with one of these before and had any luck
> sweet-talking them into working?

I am working on a new uaudio driver. You might want to try that when it is 
finished. Meanwhile, what is written to dmsg, when you compile the kernel 
with "options USB_DEBUG", run "sysctl hw.usb.uaudio.debug=15" and plug your 
device ?


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