HDA driver detects onboard chip but produces no sound — at Initial Version
|Reported by:||adamk||Owned by:||axeld|
The HDA driver seems to have recently been extended to support my intel sound chip, but I'm not getting any audio output from any of the four ports (2 in the rear, two in the front).
hdac0@pci0:0:27:0: class=0x040300 card=0x01c11028 chip=0x269a8086 rev=0x09 hdr=0x00
vendor = 'Intel Corporation' device = 'Enterprise Southbridge High Definition Audio' class = multimedia subclass = HDA
What's more, I do not get any sound from the SB Live! in my box if I leave the HDA enabled in the BIOS. And, yes, I've tried switching to the emuxki driver via the Media preferences (it selected the HDA by default).
I will attach three serial debug logs. One will be haiku-emuxki.txt. This is the log file from when the hda is disabled and the SB Live! works just fine. Next will be haiku-hda.txt. This is with the Live! removed, the HDA enabled in the bios, but no audio from any application. Then haiku-hda-emuxki.txt. This is with the hda enabled, the Live! in the machine, and no idea. It starts with the hda detected by default, and I tested all four jacks to see if I get any audio from the hda device. Nothing worked. I then went into the Media preferences, selected the emuxki device, and restarted the Media server. Tested, but no audio from the Live! either.