Audio en FreeBSD

Un problema bastante común durante la configuración de la tarjeta de audio en FreeBSd es saber realmente que modulo se debe cargar.

Si se lee el HandBook el proceso es claro pero cargar el modulo no tanto.

Existe un simple script que tras ser ejecutado te dice que modulo debes cargar

 #!/bin/sh

 # Copyright (c) 2004, Romain TARTIERE <romain-tartiere@astase.com>
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 # Root ?
 expr `id -u` = 0 > /dev/null || {
 	echo "Error: This utility should only be run as root."
 	exit 1
 }

 # Any driver loaded ?
 kldstat | grep 'snd_*' > /dev/null 2>&1 && {
 	echo "Error: No sound driver should be loaded."
 	exit 1
 }

 cd /boot/kernel

 Result='';		# Drivers that do something
 Cnt=`ls snd_* | wc -l`	# Drivers count

 echo -n '[Trying sound drivers -' $Cnt 'drivers found '
 for i in snd_*
 do
 	echo -n '.'
 	kldload $i
 	[ -e /dev/audio0.0 ] && Result="$Result $i"
 	kldunload $i
 done
 echo ' done]'

 # Print result
 echo "===> Usable sound driver(s) : $Result"

 # That's all folks !

En mi caso en IBM NetVista el resultado es

unix# ./audio.sh [Trying sound drivers - 25 drivers found ......................... done] ===>
Usable sound driver(s) : snd_driver.ko snd_maestro3.ko unix#

El siguiente paso es fácil, se edita el fichero /boot/loader.conf y se añade las siguientes lineas

sound_load="YES"
snd_maestro3_load="YES"

Un comentario

  • 11 diciembre 2005 - 17:16 | Enlace permanente

    off-topic

    hola, creo q somos vecinos. He usado tu wireless para leer el correo con la pda, ya q todavia no tenemos internet (acabamos de mudarnos al barrio).

    ya hablaremos.

    un saludo.

    LuisMi

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