Subject: Re: external audio on sparc ipc
To: Chris Canto <email@example.com>
From: Manuel Bouyer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/03/2002 23:52:14
On Sun, Mar 03, 2002 at 10:44:57PM -0000, Chris Canto wrote:
> I'm a newbie to netbsd but determined to come up to speed some how! I'm
> playing with an old IPC but am struggling with the audio output. I've got
> the breakout cable fitted (offering mono input and output via 2x3.5mm jack
> sockets) and am trying to use mpg123 to play my music. Problem is that the
> sound is coming out of the onboard speaker... not out of the jack socket
> I know it's only mono 8k sampling (so I'm not missing much!) but I'd still
> like to get it going. When the machine boots the first beep comes from the
> internal speaker, then the second beep (which sounds at the same time as the
> framebuffer fires up) comes out the jack socket, so I know the hardware's
> being detected.
> Do I need to do anything clever with netbsd to use these breakout
> connections?? I'm running 1.5.2 with the generic kernel. I've tried
> using -o s, -o l and -o h along with -a /dev/audio and -a /dev/audio0 as
> params for mpg123 but no luck.
> Can't see anything in the faq's or from doing a quick search on google, so
> any advice would be great.
Try playing with audioctl and mixerctl. If the driver supports it, it should
Manuel Bouyer <email@example.com>