[PC-BSD Testing] 7.1.1 sound issues - solved, kind of ....
matt at ixsystems.com
Wed Jul 8 16:37:15 PDT 2009
On Wed, Jul 8, 2009 at 3:45 PM, brian<peispud at eastlink.ca> wrote:
> You are right Kris, but this is a real weird one . It was was trying to
> use my new Panda 10c webcam as the default audio device - for both
> analog input and output ! Unplugging the webcam and rebooting solved the
> problem just fine . My next problem is how to use the webcam with BSD .
> I could try plugging it in after boot, but the old spca5view is useless
> with a uvc cam . Thanks for the help anyways, you guys are great :)
Hey Brian, that's exactly the problem. Since there is no device driver
attaching for the webcam, uaudio assumes it's a USB sound device. I
had the same issue with my Logitech webcam until I loaded the pwc.ko
module from the pwcbsd port.
To get it working, as root I ran
#cd /usr/ports/multimedia/pwcbsd && runports make install clean
<after the port built)
<unplugged/replugged USB webcam>
That ran the built-in test capture app for the pwc driver, and the
webcam fired up.
Here's an older list of webcams supported by the pwc driver:
Although, mine wasn't listed and still worked.
We're looking at doing some more webcam support at iX so we can get a
video/SIP phone solution working.
> Kris Moore wrote:
>> Its loading snd_hda just fine, but take a look at your sndstat:
>>> pcm0: <USB Audio> at ? [GIANT] (0p:0v/1r:4v channels)
>>> mode 1:(input) 1ch, 16/16bit, pcm, 16000Hz
>>> mode 2:(input) 1ch, 16/16bit, pcm, 48000Hz
>> Its defaulting to some found USB audio device. Do you have a usb headset, or some other USB device inserted?
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