2.1.103 MSS?

John Goerzen (jgoerzen@southwind.net)
21 May 1998 12:35:40 -0500


I don't know if this is the correct place to ask this or not, but I
couldn't find any better one.

I have a Yamaha OPL3SA-3 card (audio + MIDI + MSS emu + SB emu),
integrated in a Thinkpad. The docs state that the OPL3SA-3 is not
supported natively, so I should use the MSS (Microsoft Sound System)
emulation. OK, that's no problem.

So I concoct a proper line to modprobe ad1848. It loads fine.
However, the system complains of /dev/dsp and /dev/audio not being
configured. Looking in /dev/sndstat, it seems that there are no wave
devices configured despite having loaded the driver.

I have tried the SB emul -- it works, but is only 8-bit and chokes on
16-bit stuff, of course.

Yes, I do have all IRQ, DMA, isapnp, etc. configured properly and
according to the docs.

A quick reply would be appreciated since I was *going* to demonstrate
Linux playing back movies on a laptop tonight :-)


John Goerzen                              Southwind Internet Access, Inc.
E-mail: Business, jgoerzen@southwind.net; Personal, jgoerzen@complete.org
Computer Science Dept., Wichita State University,    jgoerzen@cs.twsu.edu
Developer, Debian GNU/Linux                       <http://www.debian.org>

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