Subject: Re: uaudio or clcs mmap support?
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Alan Post <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/14/2004 18:01:24
In article <20040614144411.71C30CA724@gabi-n.hauN.org>, TAMURA Kent wrote:
>> Is there a reason that mmap is not supported by uaudio(4)?
> One of the reasons is in-kernel sampling rate conversion. The
> kernel do nothing against mmapped data, and an application can't
> know what sample rates are supported by the hardware if the
> conversion is enabled.
How is that a different situation than, say, eap(4)?
My goal here is to get low-latency sound on a laptop with a builtin
clcs. I have found that neither clcs nor uaudio support mmap, which
is the only way I know of to get low-latency sound on NetBSD.