On Wed, 03-May-2000 at 14:59:09 +0100, Noel Carroll wrote:
> I've got an Ensoniq AudioPCI Wavetable32 on my machine at home. After
> installing Mandrake last week I can't get sound output to happen. The
> correct module for the card is loaded up at startup but that isn't helping.
A couple people I know have encountered a new version of the Ensoniq
AudioPCI chipset (in an SB PCI128, actually) that needs one of the 2.2.15
pre-kernels to be supported properly; they must have made some changes in
the latest versions of the chip. You might want to give that a try.
> Anyone experienced this before? Another problem I had under RedHat that I
> couldn't fix was that I couldn't play midi files. I can't remember the
The AudioPCI driver does not support playing MIDI files. I think there's
some software wavetable synthesis code in the kernel, but I haven't tried
it yet; to be honest, I never play MIDI files :-).
... How many programmers to change a lightbulb? None; hardware problem.
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