I have a else bug

Justin Sherrill justin at shiningsilence.com
Mon Mar 12 17:25:06 PDT 2012

If you 'cat /dev/sndstat' you will see what's actually functioning.
Probably something close to what you found in dmesg.

Find an audio player and try playing something, or cat a file to
/dev/dsp0.  It may already be working.

Also, this is the test@ mailing list, for testing posts to the mailing
lists.  You would be better off asking this on the
users at dragonflybsd.org mailing list.

On Sun, Mar 11, 2012 at 11:58 PM, Sergey Jamy <jamy023 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I cant setup sound system. I have a laptop with Realtek ALC262. In
> loader.conf i set to "YES" nexts: sound_load and snd_hda_load.
> In /var/run/dmesg.boot (grepped):
> pcm0: <ATI SB600 High Definition Audio Controller> mem 0xd8300000-0xd8303fff
> irq 16 at device 20.2 on pci0
> pcm0: <HDA Codec: Realtek ALC262>
> pcm0: <HDA Driver Revision: 20071129_0050>
> ls /dev :
> acd0           consolectl    devctl      klog                pass1
> stdin            ttyv9        ums0
> acpi            crypto          devfs       kmem             pci
>            stdout          ttyva        urandom
> apm            da0              dri           log                  psm0
>         sysmouse    ttyvb        usb
> ata              da0s1          dsp          md0                ptmx
>          tty               ttyvc        usb0
> bpf              da0s2          dsp0        md0s0            pts
>             ttyv0            ttyvd        usb1
> bpf0            da0s3          dsp0.2     md1                random
> ttyv1            ttyve        usb2
> bpf1            da0s3a        dsp0.3     md1s0            serno
> ttyv2            ttyvf        usb3
> bpf2            da0s3b        dsp0.4     mem               sg0
> ttyv3            tun        usb4
> bpf3            da0s3d        dsp0.5     mixer              sg1
>            ttyv4            tun0        usb5
> bpf4            da0s3e        fd            mixer0             sga
>            ttyv5           tun1        xpt0
> bpsm0        da0s4          io             null                  sgb
>            ttyv6           tun2        zero
> cd0             da0s5          kbd0        part-by-uuid    sndstat
> ttyv7            tun3
> console      da0s6          kbd1        pass0              stderr
> ttyv8            udev
> As you can see only dsp* devices presented. /dev mounted as dev-fs so i
> can't run MAKEDEV as handbook recomended.
> What can i do? Help me pls!

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