on SXCE b103 I have the problem that OSS cannot install
properly. The OSS version is 'oss-solaris-v4.1-1050-i386.pkg'.
It is built from the current mercurial repository.
Before b101 OSS always worked when I built it with the sources
from the mercurial repository. OSS was my last resort, because
the Solaris driver for audiohd didn't work. But since b101 the Solaris
driver works and OSS fails.
The reason is that the driver fails to attach.
If you have OSS b1016 then you need to remove that and reboot and then install build 1050.
The driver names and bindings have changed and that is the reason you need to pkgrm oss and reboot before installing 1050.
The other thing you can try is reboot and then run ossdetect.
pci bus 0x0000 cardnum 0x14 function 0x02: vendor 0x1002 device 0x437b
ATI Technologies Inc SB450 HDA Audio
# prtconf -D | grep audio
pci30b0,103c, instance #0 (driver name: oss_hdaudio)
Version info: OSS 4.1 (b 1050/200812072102) (0x00040100)
Hg revision: changeset: 539:7fd89606af0d summary: Added tag v4.1-b1050 for changeset b1100149900d, tag: tip summary: Added tag v4.1-b1050 for changeset b1100149900d, date: Sat Dec 06 15:06:01 2008 +0200, summary: Added tag v4.1-b1050 for changeset b1100149900d
Platform: SunOS/i86pc 5.11 snv_103 (solar-star)
Number of audio devices: 4
Number of audio engines: 8
Number of mixer devices: 1
0: oss_hdaudio0 ATI HD Audio interrupts=653 (10122)
HD Audio controller ATI HD Audio
Vendor ID 0x1002437b
Subvendor ID 0x30b0103c
Codec 0: AD1981 (0x11d41981/0x103c30b0)
Codec 1: Conexant2bfa (0x14f12bfa)
1: osscore0 OSS common devices
2: oss_usb0 USB audio/MIDI device
3: oss_sadasupport SADA compatibility layer
0: (High Definition Audio AD1981 )(Mixer 0 of device object 0)
(HD Audio play play /dev/oss/oss_hdaudio0/pcm0 ) (device index 0)
(HD Audio play <null> /dev/oss/oss_hdaudio0/pcm1 ) (device index 1)
(HD Audio play modem-out /dev/oss/oss_hdaudio0/pcm2 ) (device index 2)
(HD Audio rec modem-out /dev/oss/oss_hdaudio0/pcmin0 ) (device index 3)
update_drv -a -i '"pci30b0,103c"'
seawright wrote:I assume that the gnome-volume-control in Solaris is similar to Linux in that it uses gstreamer.
If this is the case check whether with gstreamer plugins bad installed that a libgstoss4audio library file exists.
If not then you may need to update to a newer version of gstreamer.
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