Onboard audio (deva-supersouth)

I’ve just got QNX RtP to recognize my PCI cards and onboard audio. When
booting I get the message “deva-supersouth: file not found”. I can’t find
anything that would indicate that my onboard audiochip is supported on the
qnx webpage, but is there a supersouth driver somewhere that could work?

I’ve also tried to turn on sb-emulation in the bios. Then I try starting
the audio driver with something like “deva-sb -p 0x220 -i 5 -d 1”, but this
only results in an instant reboot. Does anybody know what might be wrong?


regards,
Hans Jørgen Hoel
hansjorg@removethis.orakel.ntnu.no

Just wanted to say that I have the same problem, and that almost all the new
AMD systems and many Intel systems have this sound chip. So this driver
would help many people.


Hans Jørgen Hoel <hansjorg@jeeves.stud.ntnu.no> wrote in message
news:slrn8v8kkj.l3t.hansjorg@jeeves.stud.ntnu.no

I’ve just got QNX RtP to recognize my PCI cards and onboard audio. When
booting I get the message “deva-supersouth: file not found”. I can’t find
anything that would indicate that my onboard audiochip is supported on the
qnx webpage, but is there a supersouth driver somewhere that could work?

I’ve also tried to turn on sb-emulation in the bios. Then I try starting
the audio driver with something like “deva-sb -p 0x220 -i 5 -d 1”, but
this
only results in an instant reboot. Does anybody know what might be wrong?


regards,
Hans Jørgen Hoel
hansjorg@removethis.orakel.ntnu.no






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