[linux-audio-dev] CLI wanted - Need PCM to generic SBout on
Smoothwall-2 stock kernel
cmatt77 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 15 15:05:14 EST 2006
Yeah, I got the WORD (that page was a little *indowish and dated but it did
explain the issue of finding I/O and IRQ) I noted also your concern about
unanswered IRQ's for DMA turning things into a house of cards - OK...
So if the average Smoothwall (MonoWall or IPcop ack!) owner wants to loop a
wav file byte-style to an antique SB 2.0 board, would this be serious I/O
overhead? Even on a PII-400+?
Most of these boxes are being used as over-grown, over-powered DSL routers..
Until now, the only sounds that Smoothwall's can make is are speaker beep
tones. See here at the forum. (I've had a SWall for 5-years and it's
stabilty has constantly pulled me away from the M$-camp - and I'm getting
hooked on Mepis Linux)
Any other ideas would be appreciated greatly - Thanks!
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