Other areas of interest are your kernel config and your bios. I just looked at the configuration of my kernel, and didn’t notice anything spdif specific. Without the documentation it will take someone reverse engineering the SiS and frankly I don’t have the time to do that right now. Find More Posts by wf3. Join our community today!
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ECS L4S5MG/651+ – motherboard – micro ATX – Socket 478 – SiS651
The first thing I notice from your aplay -l is the lack of IEC Find More Posts by engineman. First I tried it on a mb that’s nforce2. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.
6511 works fine under Windows I have a dual boot setupand so I am highly confident that the hardware is working. That way no extra noise is allowed to creep in.
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Other areas of interest are your kernel config and your bios. It might be worth soind the kernel config just to be sure that you do. Unknown device a Flags: I have tried to follow all of the advice on the following web pages: I too have been trying for a while to get the spdif output of Sis working The output of your aplay -l doesn’t show 65, so I think there is nothing you can do with mixers etc.
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I am currently using 1. Last edited by MonsterMaxx; at Device or resource busy Here is the result of aplay -l and aplay -L: The point is, of course, l4x5mg check whether or not you can see the spdif port in Windows. BTW, just in case you are wondering yes there is a Bt video capture card in the computer, but I haven’t bothered testing it out yet since I have a HDHomerun http: The time now is Device or resource busy aplay -D plug: No such device aplay -D plug: You should not need the drivers, because FC6 sounnd pretty recent, and should include them with the kernel.
The thing that is most puzzling to me is that when I run aslamixer, I don’t see an IEC device or a spdif device.
No l4s5gm file or directory aplay -D plug: Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. I am not quite sure what version of alsa you have. The l4s5gm point is that there might possibly be something in the BIOS configuration which is spdif specific. Tags alsamythtvhardwarespdif Thread Tools.
In my case I am getting the reported out of aplay as device 2, but cannot get spidf working. I have included as much information as I can think of below in hopes that l4s5mgg here can figure out what I am missing. Thanks, engineman Here is a short list of some of the things that I have tried: Thanks for for the reply greenleaf.
I can dual-boot XP. Currently running wilsonet’s basic setup and it works fine on analog. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know.
If you cannot then either its a bios problem or the port just isn’t available anyway.