CS4614 supported?

Kenneth Culver culverk at yumyumyum.org
Tue May 13 00:47:19 PDT 2003

Doing that may work, but you might also want to check your mixer. Type 
"mixer" to make sure that the volumes listed are all audible. I 
actually ran into this problem once... Basically for some reason, with 
some cards, the driver inits the mixer to be 0:0 on either the main 
volume or on the wav volume. What happens when you run mpg123? Does it 
complain that no device exists? or does it just run and act like 
everything is working properly, but you just don't get any sound?

On Tuesday, May 13, 2003, at 12:34  AM, Eric D Kjeldergaard wrote:

> The way I chequed is by having my sound system set up as it works in 
> both
> Linux and Windows and then attempting to use a sound program (generally
> mpg321 for testing) and listening for sound.  Maybe I'm completely 
> missing
> something?  I just installed FreeBSD again so I'll be ready to try out 
> any
> suggestions that you may have.  Am I disillusioned in thinking that 
> all I
> should need to do is kldload the drivers and try to play sound?
> I write a signature to let you know I care.
> On Mon, 12 May 2003, Kenneth Culver wrote:
>> How did you check? My kernel gives me the same message and my 
>> soundcard
>> works fine.
>> Ken
>> On Monday, May 12, 2003, at 05:35  PM, Eric D Kjeldergaard wrote:
>>> I would love it to be that easy.  I chequed both channels, and 
>>> neither
>>> sound card appears to be working.  I can't give any more information
>>> for a
>>> couple days (the kernel messed itself up) but if you have any need 
>>> for
>>> more information, I'll provide it as quickly as possible.
>>> I write a signature to let you know I care.
>>> On Sun, 11 May 2003, Kenneth Culver wrote:
>>>> This message doesn't matter. The soundcard will still work.
>>>> Ken
>>>> On Sunday, May 11, 2003, at 11:17  PM, Eric D Kjeldergaard wrote:
>>>>> I should begin by telling you that I am very new to FreeBSD.  My
>>>>> current
>>>>> roommate converted me over from Linux (and occasional Windows).  I
>>>>> have
>>>>> two soundcards in my system.  They both (in Linux) work with the
>>>>> CS461x
>>>>> driver.  In FreeBSD, they appear to be recognised as CS4614 cards,
>>>>> but
>>>>> I
>>>>> get an invalid SSID.  In my "googling" for answers, I have noticed 
>>>>> a
>>>>> lot
>>>>> of dmesg reports and system boots show the same message and it
>>>>> appears
>>>>> that people in large part don't care.  I also saw one dmesg that
>>>>> seemed to
>>>>> have it working, although in that case, it was an onboard cs4614
>>>>> chip.
>>>>> I've tried to kldload the snd_csa.ko, snd_driver.ko, and snd_pcm.ko
>>>>> in
>>>>> various combinations.  I keep getting the same error.  I'll paste 
>>>>> the
>>>>> message that has been plaguing me below.  If anyone has any
>>>>> suggestions or
>>>>> any "final word", I would be very relieved and grateful.  Thank you
>>>>> for
>>>>> any help.
>>>>> Relevant output of dmesg:
>>>>> pid 533 (gaim), uid 0: exited on signal 6 (core dumped)
>>>>> csa0: <CS4280/CS4614/CS4622/CS4624/CS4630> mem
>>>>> 0xe8100000-0xe81fffff,0xe8203000-0xe8203fff irq 11 at device 9.0 on
>>>>> pci0
>>>>> csa: card is Unknown/invalid SSID (CS4614)
>>>>> csa1: <CS4280/CS4614/CS4622/CS4624/CS4630> mem
>>>>> 0xe8000000-0xe80fffff,0xe8202000-0xe8202fff irq 9 at device 11.0 on
>>>>> pci0
>>>>> csa: card is Unknown/invalid SSID (CS4614)
>>>>> pcm0: <CS461x PCM Audio> on csa0
>>>>> pcm1: <CS461x PCM Audio> on csa1
>>>>> I write a signature to let you know I care.
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