On Mon, Jan 10, 2000 at 02:43:28PM +0000, David Neary mentioned:
> Sounds kind of like it, alright. Would linking audio.au and audio in dev
> be enough to fix that? As to the chipset, AFAIK all of the Creative PCI
> cards have Ensoniq chips on them, and I'm 99% sure that the chip on the
> SB16 PCI is an es1371... there again, I could be wrong. Or how do I have
> sox acting as a pipe for every sound, if that's what needs doing?
May wanna check that out - the SB128 PCI uses es1371 (I have one). It
could be a different ensonique chip in that one...
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