On Sun, 2009-06-21 at 13:53 -0500, Robert Noland wrote:
On Sun, 2009-06-21 at 14:35 -0400, Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
On Sun, 2009-06-21 at 13:17 -0400, Mike Burns wrote:
Not too many details for this one, sadly. Totem, etc., only output audio
through the line-out (headphone) jack.
System > Preferences > Sound > Output only lists /dev/dsp0 .
[mike] ~% cat /dev/sndstat
FreeBSD Audio Driver (newpcm: 64bit 2007061600/amd64)
pcm0: <HDA Conexant CX20561 (Hermosa) PCM #0 Analog> at cad 0 nid 1 on hdac0
kld snd_hda [MPSAFE] (1p:1v/1r:1v channels duplex default)
pcm1: <HDA Conexant CX20561 (Hermosa) PCM #1 Analog> at cad 0 nid 1 on hdac0
kld snd_hda [MPSAFE] (1p:1v/1r:1v channels duplex)
[mike] ~% ps ax | grep pulse
1408 ?? Is 0:00.97 /usr/local/bin/pulseaudio --start --log-target=syslog
1409 ?? I 0:00.01 /usr/local/libexec/pulse/gconf-helper
[mike] ~% pulseaudio --version
I: caps.c: Dropping root privileges.
W: main.c: High-priority scheduling enabled in configuration but not allowed
Is there another FAQ I'm missing?
A bit of a background on this system: freshly installed 7.2-RELEASE a week
ago, upgraded the OS to -STABLE and the ports to the latest as of Saturday.
The computer is a Thinkpad T500.
I think this probably should be reported to the mobile or sound people.
I have the same problem with the HDA sound card in my MacBook Pro. The
internal speakers do not work, but headphones do.
They are probably showing up as different codecs... In which case you
have to either select the correct pcmX device or set
hw.snd.default_unit=X to the correct codec. Gnome currently doesn't
seem to have the ability to deal with multiple codecs for different
outputs, which kinda sucks...
Most of my boxes have (desktop boards) have different hda codecs for
front panel, rear, digital and HDMI ports.
Ooh, thanks. Now I remember you talking about that before. I'll give
that a shot on my MacBook.