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Date:      Thu, 10 Jun 1999 22:15:31 +0400
From:      "Jamiil Tourabaly" <jamiil@francemel.com>
To:        <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
Subject:   no sound!
Message-ID:  <000001beb3f3$99e81060$c5151bc4@2n2369>

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i have a PCI sound card on port 0x6000 which emulates ISA devices in the
following way:

 APConfig - Sound Blaster(R) PCI64 Configuration Utility, Ver 2.60.
 Copyright(c) 1996-1998, Creative Technology Ltd., All rights reserved.



 ----------------------- Current PCI Audio
Configuration ----------------------

 PCI Hardware:
     Port=6000,  IRQ=10

 Soundscape Emulation:
     Base/MIDI_Port=330,  Wave_Port=534,  MIDI_IRQ=7,  Wave_IRQ=7,  DMA=1

 Sound Blaster Pro Emulation:
     Port=220,  IRQ=7,  DMA=1

 MPU-401 (General MIDI, Roland MT-32/LAPC-1) Emulation:
     Port=330,  IRQ=7

 AdLib Emulation:
     Port=388

-------
The above emulation ports are all software programable. The current
configuration (shown) correspond to my custom kernel and default include
files settings of FreeBSD 3.0.0 release. Yet, the sound card fails
detection.
On a DOS environment a software (TSR) is required for the ISA emulation to
take place. i want to have it work on FreeBSD





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