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SubjectRe: [sparc] Weird ioctl() bug in 2.2.19 (fwd)
On Thu, 1 Nov 2001, Alex Buell wrote:

> On Thu, 1 Nov 2001, Peter Jones wrote:
>
> > > Ah, is that what it does. OK, I'll carefully suggest to the authors of ESD
> > > (preferably with a blunt trauma instrument) using AFMT_S16_NE. Thanks.
>
> > It should probably be mentioned that you're using a really old version
> > of ESD, and that they've at least made it so that you'll get the right
> > one for any BE machine. NE is still the better answer though -- now
> > their configure script figures out BE/LE, and it'll build wrong if
> > you're crosscompiling.
>
> But this version I'm using is esound-2.2.8, which came from www.gnome.org!
> I suppose I'll have to grab it from their CVS server.

Oh, I'm sorry. You said "2.8" last time and I assumed you meant 0.2.8.
How interesting...

In any event, the answer is "use _NE", I think.

--
Peter

"We all enter this world in the same way: naked; screaming; soaked in
blood. But if you live your life right, that kind of thing doesn't have
to stop there."
-- Dana Gould

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