Subject: Re: Anyone working on azalia?
To: Marco Trillo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Blair Sadewitz <email@example.com>
Date: 02/24/2007 08:52:39
The problem here is that the azalia driver does not support mmap()ing
of the buffer, which jack relies on for low-latency audio. Well, at
least it MAY be the problem; it depends upon your jack configuration
and version. I have a wip/jack-devel snapshot that you can try
building (let me know if you have any problems with it)--it's version
0.102.28 (the same version in FreeBSD ports). Do note that jack is a
bad application to test audio with; I'd recommend trying something
which supports sun audio first, like the audio tools included with
NetBSD (I think mpg123 might support it also, but I forget).
I've been trying to find out why the driver doesn't support it, but no
one returns my emails. :(
Best of luck,
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