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Old 06-10-2005, 05:15 AM   #1
hoernchen
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which dma-channel does my soundcard use ?


hi everybody,

i'm using fc 3 and want to know the dma-channel of my soundcard ( it's onboard-sound).

finding the irq was pretty easy with lspci and grep.

but for the dma ? cat /proc/dma only reveals "4: cascade".

cat /dev/sndstat doesn't work because there ist no sndstat.

i know that alsa configures the right irq/dma channel by itself, therefore i guess there must be a possibility to find out WHAT alsa did !


the manual from my motherboard doesn't reveal anything about the settings. and i have NO windows installed on my workstation, just gnu/linux.

the sound works (it doesn't sound 100 % ok, but i can handle with that), i'm just interested how my system works :-)
 
  


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