No sound from speaker, using Realtek ALC269 and snd_hda
mav at FreeBSD.org
Sun Oct 28 21:34:12 UTC 2012
On 28.10.2012 23:20, Big Yuuta wrote:
> Unfortunately, trying with the different combinations didn't work.
> I wrote this tiny script just to make sure I'm not forgetting a case:
> echo "testing with: $1 - $2";
> kenv hint.hdaa.0.gpio_config="0=$1 1=$2";
> kldunload snd_hda.ko;
> kldload snd_hda.ko;
> mplayer song.mp3;
> and I run it like this:
> ./test.sh set set
> ./test.sh set clear
> ./test.sh clear set
> ./test.sh clear clear
> And nothing came out of the speaker, alas :(
Alas. I'll just remind one more time about `mixer ogain`.
Also check that pin sensing is working. Try to plug in/out headphones.
With verbose messages enabled, you should see messages about that on
console and in logs.
> What's strange is that the speaker actually works with OSS from ports,
> but when I use it (OSS) with mplayer it crashes the whole system
> whenever I try to skip in a video/audio file
> On Sun, Oct 28, 2012 at 9:58 PM, Big Yuuta <init.py at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Sun, Oct 28, 2012 at 9:42 PM, Alexander Motin <mav at freebsd.org> wrote:
>>> On 28.10.2012 22:09, Big Yuuta wrote:
>>>>> CODEC configuration looks good and I see no problems in driver output. I
>>>>> think most likely problem is in CODEC wiring and power amplifier. Your
>>>>> has two GPIO lines and EAPD line. That gives 8 possible combinations. I
>>>>> would recommend you to try them all. GPIOs, as you tried could be set
>>>>> hint.hdaa.0.gpio_config tunable. EAPD line can be controlled (0 or 100)
>>>>> the ogain mixer control.
>>>> You mean combinations like:
>>>> hint.hdaa.0.gpio_config="0=set 1=set 2=set"
>>> As I've told, there are only two GPIO pins, so only "0=X 1=Y", plus ogain
>>> mixer control.
>> So that would be:
>> hint.hdaa.0.gpio_config="0=set 1=set"
>> hint.hdaa.0.gpio_config="0=set 1=clear"
>> hint.hdaa.0.gpio_config="0=clear 1=set"
>> hint.hdaa.0.gpio_config="0=clear 1=clear"
>> which I try with:
>> mixer ogain 0:0
>> mixer ogain 100:100
>> I'm going to check once again, but I think that unfortunately that didn't work.
>> I hope that I forgot a combination!
>> Thanks again, Alexander
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