Subject: Re: MSDOS FS question [FAQ]
To: VaX#n8 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Herb Peyerl <Herb.Peyerl@sidney.novatel.ca>
Date: 10/17/1994 07:09:19
: I'm getting the ubiquitous "Device not configured" message even though I
: put MSDOS in the fstype field of the disklabel. What is the Right Thing
: to do?
: A simple line from someone's disktab would probably do. Thanks.
Did you put:
in your kernel config file, then:
make clean # The make clean is important because 'make depend' won't catch
# everything since an 'option' is the same as a "#define".
install kernel, reboot.
: Finally, one (more) quick question: How do you use /dev/audio?
: sndtool or something? cat'ing directly doesn't cut it :)
Did you configure your soundblaster in like so:
device sb0 at isa? port 0x220 irq 5 drq 1
You'll probably want to do that at the same time that you do the MSDOSFS.
Warning, there's a slight buglet in the bsd_audio driver that I haven't
quite found. You'll notice the bug when after catting a few files to
/dev/audio, one of your 'cat's will click the speaker on, then block,
and you won't be able to kill it. It gets stuck in a tsleep() and just
There; I've done my good deed for the day.
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