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[Linrad] Re: ALSA/4Front, Linrad-02.45a
- Subject: [Linrad] Re: ALSA/4Front, Linrad-02.45a
- From: Pierre Vanhoucke <skynet.be; pierre.vanhoucke@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 19 Apr 2008 20:09:15 +0200
Linrad-02.45a solved the setup bug for OSS/4Front here.
There are however still a number of minor bugs in other parts of the
1.The maximum value one can enter for the dma-rate is 109 and not 999.
This is the case for Native Alsa as well as for OSS/4Front.
2. In the setup dialog for non-native ALSA, there is a problem with the
selection of the sampling speed: it is impossible to enter the value
On Sat, 2008-04-19 at 13:25 +0200, Leif Asbrink wrote:
> Hi Pierre and Roger,
> > At runtime level , the function " display_sdi " in lsetad.c already
> > checks whether OSS or ALSA is installed.
> > This is done in a similar way as described by Roger W3SZ, by checking
> > the presence of the file /dev/sndstat for OSS or the
> > file /proc/asound/oss/sndstat for ALSA.
> Hmmm, after thinking a little more I find that the current solution
> is not so bad. What is needed is a good behaviour at compile time
> and then /dev/sndstat might not be present. The important thing
> is to check whether libasound.so exists and to avoid any references
> to its entry points if it is not present. The amount of needless
> code for ALSA that would be generated on a system with OSS which
> has a libasound.so file is insignificant. I was just careless not
> testing what happens when the file is not present...
> I have corrected the setup bugs and replaced the Linux package
> with linrad-02.45a here:
> Leif / SM5BSZ
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