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Ninja_212 10-29-2004 11:33 PM

How to make sound works on FreeBSD & mount extended partition & ATI radeon driver
 
...I've been tinkering with FreeBSD 4.10 for a while (about 2 weeks) and i found it is preety interesting. The problem that i'm still trying to solve is how to make my sound works in FreeBSD. Can i use ALSA or do i have to use a special FreeBSD driver, if it does where can i get it..??

My sound card is onboard via82xx soundcard, it work's quite well on my Linux OS.

The other problem that i have is i want to mount my extended windows (FAT32) partition, i can mount my primary partition, but can i mount my extended partiton..this is the scheme of my partition :

C:\WINXP (NTFS) primary
----------- extended -----------
D:\Data (FAT32) --> this is what i want to mount..
E:\Games(FAT32)

The third question is can you guys tell me where can i get driver for my ATI RADEON 9200 .. can't find it on ATI's website...

I'm sorry for the long question...really hope anyone could help me...Thank's Be4.

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PS: Sorry for my english, english is not my native language.... Thank's again..

Peacedog 11-01-2004 09:54 AM

The handbook should solve your sound card problems.

http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO...und-setup.html

good luck.

Ninja_212 11-02-2004 12:09 AM

Thank's for the reply my sound is working just fine now.... but can you please tell me how to mount my logical partition... cuz all of my data are stored in the D: drives of my windows partition, and it is a logical partition... i can't find the answer is the handbook... or did i miss something...

Thank's again cheers :)

Peacedog 11-02-2004 06:36 AM

What does the partition look like from freebsd. It should be something along the lines of /dev/ad0s5. Have a look at this.

http://www.freebsdforums.org/forums/...nded+partition

good luck.


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