Joined: Dec. 2005
||Posted: Mar. 26 2006,01:07
I found more information on configuring the sound and also noticed that on DSL 2.3 rc2, the sound configuration is not included like it was in past revisions. Here is what I found:
|When you use Linux as guest a OS, please type in guest OS like this.|
[Linux guest]# modprobe sb io=0x220 irq=5 dma=1 dma16=5
If you installed sox package, .wav file is played.
[Linux guest]$ play test.wav
In previous .bat files the following was part of the append:
I tried it on my computer running both the previous configuration and also using sb=0x220,5,1,5 and was able to run XMMS successfully.
I would recommend that those folks who were having problems add either of the two configurations in the dsl-windows.bat right after
-append "qemu and right before frugal
As for whether to use the -kernel option or the -cdrom option I agree that would probably be easier to use the -cdrom but using the cheat codes and the other DSL integration options does make the -kernel option preferable in my opinion. Also, for what it's worth, when booting DSL in the text mode, using the same cheat codes, the -kernel option boots 17.5% faster.