Re: GUS patch

Francisco Rodrigo Escobedo Robles (
Mon, 27 Jul 1998 23:45:57 +0000

> > He said his patch were in the way to the source tree, but as of 2.1.111, it
> > insn't yet. I enclose the patch (although the merit isn't mine), in case
> > someone found it interesting.
> Its not there yet because its not a proper bug fix. Its fixing the symptoms
> not the cause. Having 0 bytes left when we want to send is an underrun...

Ok, it seemed to me a little strange that the patch wasn't in a GUS-specific

> If we get to 2.2 pre then I'll use that change, at that point since the
> change works for all the tested cases and 2.2 its meant to work not be
> perfection it becomes best choice.
> Also look at ALSA btw - which has by far the best GUS drivers

A curious answer, especially coming from you :)

I'll try ALSA.

P.S.: I am running 2.1.111 in a P200 (in fact, an overclocked P150), and I
managed to boot with 4MB memory (3MB tooked too much in finding modules
dependencies). Bravo for the kernel team!

Francisco Rodrigo Escobedo Robles - Sending from home
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