>I installed the MacOnLinux sound drivers but can't get any sound out of >Alsa or Oss???
ATM only the onboard AC97 chip is supported.
But this may change in possible updates.
Please use ALSA (so don't touch sound-settings :) ).
You'll have to define the RAM in the macosx.rc file.
It defaults to 96 MB.
You can (if you have one) activate your swap partition in the
/mol/scripts/start-misc script and give your OSX even more than 512 MB...
Yes you can use your "debian"-swap with every linux-system on your
peg (i.e. you only need 1 swap)
You usually shouldn't have to change anything in the sound-config:
should work to simply use the (sound) defaults from the molk-package
Maybe you forgot to set the sound in the OSX-Settings to "mol-audio-driver". Only installing the drivers isn't enough...
Thanks for recommending molk, but it's only good if people don't
need networking under MOL :)
I use Alsa of course!
The problemonlyseems to show up with the ac97-chip,
so it's most likely really a cpu-resource prob...
(maybe degrade the samplerate to 22050 could help...)
I'll look at it closer when i start work on the upgrade...
Yes, the onboard sounds takes up alot of cpu resources in MOL. I Had a Soundblaster Live installed in the peg and took it out as I like the ac97 in mos better than the sb! Should I put it back in the Peg for MOL and does MOLK have support for EMU10k or do i have to ena ble it?
Only non ac97 soundcard supported in molk is one using
cmi-pci kernel-module (sorry really no idea what my soundcard is called... ).
But I already considered to simply include every sound/pci card as module into
(Not sure if every pci-card will be initialized automatically though,
but my cmi-pci does & even does not have random dropouts in osx....)