On Fri, Jan 11, 2002 at 10:54:08AM -0500, Doug Ledford wrote:
> Actually, as a couple people have pointed out to me, the version on my site
> was somehow a .19 version. I've placed the real .20 on my site as of a few
> minutes ago, so please try with it (and the real .20 should solve the
> problem you are related Andris in that it won't allow the driver to accept
> signals during close, which is why /dev/dsp would quit working for you).
Sorry, haven't had much time the last few days. I downloaded the
latest version of the i810 driver. It works perfectly fine on my
K7S5A board exce. Both playback and recording.
I also looked at the code. What do think of replacing udelay(1); with
if(offset == 0) udelay(1); in i810_get_dma_addr since the mentioned
picb problem can only occur if picb == 0?
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