Subject: RE: 'audioplay' to inbuilt speaker ..
To: 'Lennart Augustsson' <email@example.com>
From: Jenkins, Graham K <Graham.K.Jenkins@team.telstra.com>
Date: 11/26/2001 12:10:09
>"Jenkins, Graham K" wrote:
>> I've just built a kernel from a configuration file which has the "spkr0"
>> line uncommented, but I'm finding that:
>> audioplay -d /dev/speaker /tmp/boot.au
>> "Failed to open /dev/audioctl0: Device not configured"
>> What am I doing wrong here??
> Nothing. There is no audio driver for the built in speaker.
> Although it's possible to make some low quality sounds with it, it's
> not easy to do efficiently. So there is no driver.
So why is there a line for 'spkr0' in the config file ?? It's not
needed for 'sysbeep'. And how would one drive the speaker
if one wanted to?