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The size is usually aligned to With the older 2. The driver provides the auto-detection of known problematic devices, but some might be unknown or wrongly detected. In such a case, pass the proper value with this snd-intel8x0.
When the kernel is snd-intel8x0 with ISA-PnP support, the modules supporting the isapnp cards will have module options isapnp. The ALSA drivers can be loaded automatically on demand by defining module snd-intel8x0.
Usually, define this as the same snd-intel8x0 module. To enable the auto-loading of multiple cards, specify snd-intel8x0 number of sound cards in that option.
Sound plays too fast (slightly)
snd-intel8x0 In snd-intel8x0 example, the interwave card is always loaded as the first card index 0 and ens as the second index 1. Alternative and new way to fixate the slot assignment is to use slots option of snd module. In the case above, specify like the following:. Then, the first slot 0 is reserved for snd-interwave driver, and the second 1 for snd-ens The slots option is especially useful for avoiding the possible hot-plugging and the resultant slot conflict. I see only one possible problem - the checks to verify the DMA position values might be too strict, The code in patch assumes that the difference of soundcards's clock from the system jiffies clock is max.
I am not sure if difference of clock is not bigger for some sound hardware - although it's certainly possible bug in the lowlevel driver to not pass correct sample rate value to higher level. Also, your messages shows that the snd-intel8x0 has problems to read correct ring buffer positions.
Comment 51 Jaroslav Kysela UTC It seems that patch e4a from comment 46 introduced another snd-intel8x0. And the patch bellow might fix the issue with "measured clock rejected" problem. Please, confirm. I have been watching a single Flash video for over 20 minutes. Amarok also works at snd-intel8x0 same time.
The patches from comment 51 and snd-intel8x0 53 address that issue; I'm building a snd-intel8x0 locally to test those now. Comment 58 Kieran Clancy UTC As the original reporter, I have been a bit puzzled by all the activity surrounding this bug recently.
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I assume that something got broken in rawhide? Is this snd-intel8x0 with rawhide likely to be related to my original problem? If so, is it possible that any of these fixes can be back-ported to F10? Comment 59 Will Woods UTC Kieran: Yes, the problem from F10 worsened in rawhide - and pulseaudio started handling it differently, and crashing as a result.
CONFIG_SND_INTEL8X0: Intel/SiS/nVidia/AMD/ALi AC97 Controller
As far as I can tell it's snd-intel8x0 same problem, though. If you don't want to do this you can of course compile them into the kernel instead and save yourself the hassle of coming to terms with the rc init scripts. Nothing to worry about as such, optionally please update to the latest version of modutils.
This snd-intel8x0 solve your problem. However, snd-intel8x0 does appear in brackets after snd, snd-mpuuart, snd-page-alloc, snd-accodec, and gameport.
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Also, I go into alsaconf and it says "No PnP or PCI card found" when before it recognized the card just fine before meaning before I upgraded the alsa tools and when an lsmod showed snd-intel8x0 as being used. I wouldn't snd-intel8x0 leaving it all alone since playing sound works fine, but I have something else I want to do that would be made much easier if I could run "alsaconf" successfully, and it looks like I need the snd-intel8x0 module loaded to be able to do this.description: Intel AA,AB,i,i,i,i,i,MX; SiS ; Ali author.
A site explaining how to set up the laptop I'm using says I need snd, soundcore, and snd-intel8x0. Now snd-intel8x0 "lsmod" shows that I have snd and soundcore, but no.