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SubjectRe: A sound support bug in 2.0.0? Need an advice.
On Mon, 10 Jun 1996, Vladimir Petersen (=BORG=) wrote:

> is on cua3, the only IRQ I can put it on is 5 due to jumper limitations,
> _IRQ5 belongs to SoundBlaster_, and it can be only changed through kernel
> configuration, no IRQ jumpers on the Sound board. An interesting circle, ah?
It's just normal. Most soundcards are fully software configurable so the
driver has to set IRQ and DMA numbers of the card when initializing it.
The driver simply picks the IRQ and DMA numbers entered during make
config and forces the card to use them.

> drivers/sound/sound.a(sb_dsp.o): In function `sbintr':
> sb_dsp.o(.text+0x132): undefined reference to `sb16_dsp_interrupt'
> sb_dsp.o(.text+0x1a4): undefined reference to `DMAbuf_outputintr'
> sb_dsp.o(.text+0x1ca): undefined reference to `DMAbuf_inputintr'
> drivers/sound/sound.a(sb_dsp.o): In function `sb_dsp_init':
> sb_dsp.o(.text+0xb00): undefined reference to `sb16_dsp_detect'
> sb_dsp.o(.text+0xb1c): undefined reference to `sb16_dsp_init'
> drivers/sound/sound.a(sb_dsp.o): In function `sb_dsp_unload':
> sb_dsp.o(.text+0xbaa): undefined reference to `unload_sb16'
> make: *** [vmlinux] Error 1
Is anybody else getting these?

Best regards,

Hannu Savolainen (, (my home page) (UNIX Sound System (USS)) (USS Lite/TASD/VoxWare)

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