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Armagon
Well, as I haven't seen this in my searches, I wonder if it is specific to my Z.

I just flashed my C1000 with pdaXii13. I believe it is the latest and greatest; it identifies itself as "pdaXii13 build5.3.2 'Sally'" if I exit X-windows and try to log in.

Unfortunately, I don't have any sound output.

When I try to load up an ogg in XMMS, I get the following message:

QUOTE
Couldn't open audio

Please check that:

Your soundcard is configured properly
You have the correct output plugin selected
No other program is blocking the soundcard


If I do an 'lsmod', I see that the following modules are loaded: mousedev, pxa27x_bi, storage_fd, usbdcore, usbdmonitor, usb-monitor, sharp_mmcsd_m, bvdd. Noteably missing are any sound modules.

I tried to run alsamixer, but it isn't installed; indeed, I don't appear to have any *alsa* files on my system.

One last thing. Among the startup messages, the following are displayed.

QUOTE
IrCOMM protocol (Dag Brattli)
cramfs: wrong magic
FAT: bogus logical sector size 381
jffs2_scan_inode_node(): CRC failed on node at 0x05374fec: Read 0xffffffff, calculated 0x0bee2a6b


If it matters, when flashing, I fixed the 64MB limit, and set the root partition to be 85 MB.


Any ideas what is wrong or how to fix it? I'm happy to reflash, as I've not installed anything yet.

Armagon
Capn_Fish
The wrong magic and bogus sector stuff doesn't matter at all, and it is present in all of my systems.
Armagon
QUOTE(Armagon @ Mar 6 2007, 12:16 PM)
Well, as I haven't seen this in my searches, I wonder if it is specific to my Z.

I just flashed my C1000 with pdaXii13.  I believe it is the latest and greatest; it identifies itself as "pdaXii13 build5.3.2 'Sally'" if I exit X-windows and try to log in.

Unfortunately, I don't have any sound output.

When I try to load up an ogg in XMMS, I get the following message:

QUOTE
Couldn't open audio

Please check that:

Your soundcard is configured properly
You have the correct output plugin selected
No other program is blocking the soundcard


<snip>

Armagon
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After more searching, I came across an old thread: http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=9743&hl=dsp

Turns out that all I needed to do was go to XMMS's options and set OSS to be the sound device, as per post 8 in that thread.

Armagon
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