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SubjectRe: VIA KT266 and SBLive! (emu10k1)
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On Sat, 2002-01-26 at 19:03, Martin Mačok wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 26, 2002 at 06:11:53PM -0500, Nix N. Nix wrote:
> > I understand (not well enough, perhaps) that there are some known
> > problems with a combination of Via chipset and SBLive!. Indeed, I have
> > experienced these myself, in that sometimes, when a sound is about to
> > play (as when I roll up my GNOME panel), the speakers first emit a burst
> > of noise (sounds like a can of pop opening) before playing the sound.
>
> > problem somewhat by following someone's (from Via Arena) recommendation,
> > namely to move the DBLive! card to PCI slot 3. The reason behind the
> > move, accordig to the group is to obtain a unique IRQ for the card.
>
> > Unfortunately, the problem still surfaces occasionally. Can you please
> > advise me on what I can do to (hopefully) eliminate this problem ?
>
> Wonder if this is related:
> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=53803
>
> Try changing theese values
> -CONFIG_HIGHMEM4G=y
> +CONFIG_NOHIGHMEM=y
>
> -CONFIG_SOUND_DMAP=y
> +# CONFIG_SOUND_DMAP is not set

I couldn't find the CONFIG_SOUND_DMAP setting in .config anywhere, so
the only changes I made were to comment out CONFIG_HIMEM and
CONFIG_HIMEM4G, and set CONFIG_NOHIMEM=y

This is vanilla 2.4.17 .



Is that enough ? Is that what you meant (I'm not as fluent in diff as I
should be) ?

Thanks for the help.

>
> I don't know why ... but it just helped me.
>
> (and I think that some have also succeded with i686 kernel instead of
> athlon kernel)
>
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> Martin Mačok http://underground.cz/
> martin.macok@underground.cz http://Xtrmntr.org/ORBman/
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