> > Karl vom Dorff wrote: > > On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 9:18 PM, François Revol <revol@xxxxxxx> > > wrote: > > > Btw, I recall hearing about working sound with OSS... > > > > Indeed, I just tried installing your OSS port, and the chipset gets > > detected. Playback works fine! Tried recording with sound recorder, > > but > > it couldn't connect to the media server, no such file or directory. > > Unfortunately, the whole "encoding" range of features in the Media > Kit are > not yet implemented. Even though recording a WAV file doesn't seem > like it > would need encoding, it does from the point of view of the Media Kit. I recalled succesfully recording in Haiku with my IXP laptop... http://revolf.free.fr/beos/shot_haiku_oss_working.003.png Seems SoundRecorder has its own wav writer. > new/changed plugins and using those without a restart. When changes > need to > be done on the servers themselves, they also need to cleanly restart > on a > running system. Currently, problems in the kernel prevent this (for > example, restarting the media server with OSS installed will KDL, > that > should be a bug in the device manager). Might be a bug in OSS as well, I spotted a very nasty one recently (missing *sizeof(something) on a malloc()). But it's not the one we seek for. > * Write first basic encoders, like WAV. I suppose one can start from SoundRecorder's :) François.