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SubjectRe: [regression] 2.6.25-rc4 snd-es18xx broken on Alpha
On 09-03-08 16:34, Ivan Kokshaysky wrote:

> On Fri, Mar 07, 2008 at 09:58:28PM -0600, Bob Tracy wrote:
>> (1) Using the sox-based "play" command to play a short ".wav" file
>> results in the file being played approx. 1.5 times, i.e., it plays
>> all the way through, then restarts from the beginning and quits
>> somewhere in the middle of the second playback. At least the
>> sound doesn't seem distorted...
>>
>> (2) Using "mpg123" results in silence at first, then after about 30
>> seconds, a tight loop of random repeating sound (doesn't sound like
>> part of the mp3 file, but it's probably derived from it :-)) until
>> the process is forcibly killed.
>
> Sounds like a DMA screwup. However, I'm pretty sure that it's not a
> generic ALSA problem with ISA DMA, as my good old GUS MAX still works
> perfectly on lx164 (machine that is very similar to your miata) as
> I checked yesterday with patched 2.6.25-rc4. :-)
>
>> I have to hit <ctrl>C twice to interrupt playback.
>>
>> /proc/asound/cards looks normal:
>>
>> 0 [ES1888 ]: ES1888 - ESS AudioDrive ES1888
>> ESS AudioDrive ES1888 at 0x220, irq 5, dma1 1, dma2 5
>
> I wonder if it still works on x86 - perhaps you ought to ask ALSA folks.
> I'll search my machine room next week - I recall that there were a dozen
> of old ISA soundcards, maybe there is some es18xx stuff, but chances
> are slim...

Missed the original mssage, adding alsa-devel. I have a few dozen es18xx's
cards but no Alpha's. Am compiling a 2.6.25-rc4 onto an x86 test box now.

Rene.


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