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SubjectRe: sound choking with trident driver (SiS 7018)
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I have just tried the driver from 2.4.20pre2. No change in behavior. The
sound still chokes every few seconds. Any ideas what might cause this
problem? It doesn't have to be the sound driver.

I will give 2.5 another go.


On Thu, 2002-08-15 at 14:16, Muli Ben-Yehuda wrote:
On Thu, Aug 15, 2002 at 01:11:49PM +0200, Jurgen Kramer wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I have a laptop with a SiS 7018 soundchip. While playing music
> the sound chokes every few seconds (2.4.19 kernel). I am not sure where
> the problem lies. With the ALSA drivers under kernel 2.5 the problem is
> not there.
>
> Is there a newer driver for the SiS 7018 (trident.c). The current driver
> in 2.4 is dated October 2001.
the -ac tree and 2.4.20-pre1 and onwards (as well as 2.5) contain an
updated trident.c driver. I don't see anything there that is obviously
related to your problems, but you might wish to give the updated
driver a try anyway.

Thanks and please let us know how it goes,
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