Thanks,

I tried this :
    # modprobe soundcore
    # modprobe ac97_codec
    # modprobe pxa-audio
    # modprobe pxa-ac97
    insmod: cannot insert `/lib/modules/2.6.11gum/kernel/sound/oss/pxa-audio.ko': File exists (-1): File exists
and it hangs up !

why does it writes that it cannot insert pxa-audio ? more precisely, why doesn't it writes warnings for other modules ..?

after that, I see with lsmod :
pxa_ac97 5944 1 - Loading 0xbf06e000
soundcore 7524 1 pxa_ac97, Live 0xbf06b000
ac97_codec 19660 1 pxa_ac97, Live 0xbf065000
pxa_audio 9216 1 pxa_ac97, Live 0xbf061000

pxa_ac97 is pxa-ac97 ?

What I'm afraid of i that means that my ucb1400 is broken ..
A cause should be that my powersupply burned it ..? I can only use 4.5V or 6.5V... (or more.. bad idea !)

2005/6/29, Craig Hughes <craig@gumstix.com >:
hmm.  I normally just modprobe pxa-ac97 and it loads the rest of the
stuff in the correct order -- maybe something broke since I last
tried it...

C

On Jun 29, 2005, at 10:53 AM, Craig Casey wrote:

> I've seen this problem before myself.  It seems that if you have the
> audiostix plugged in, but you modprobe in the wrong order, you'll hang
> the system.  Try modprobing first the soundcore, then ac97_codec, then
> pxa-ac97, and then pxa-audio.  I think I got these in the right order,
> though it's from memory, so excuse my mistakes if there are any.
> Regardless, you get the point.  You need to install the modules in the
> right order.
>
> Craig C
>
>
> On 6/29/05, Craig Hughes <craig@gumstix.com> wrote:
>
>> This normally happens when the audiostix is not attached -- I
>> think there's
>> a bug in the pxa-ac97 driver where loading the module will hang if
>> there is
>> no ac97 board.  I should probably fix that...  Check your
>> audiostix is
>> seated properly on the connector, then try loading the module again.
>>
>> C
>>
>>
>> On Jun 29, 2005, at 6:31 AM, Jérôme Multrier wrote:
>> Hello !
>>  I saw that someone had the same problem 2 month ago ( here)
>>
>>  it looks ok for some modules :
>>     # modprobe -v soundcore
>>      insmod
>> /lib/modules/2.6.11gum/kernel/sound/soundcore.ko
>>
>>  but when I do :
>>      # modprobe -v pxa-ac97
>>      insmod
>> /lib/modules/2.6.11gum/kernel/sound/oss/pxa-audio.ko
>>      insmod
>> /lib/modules/2.6.11gum/kernel/sound/oss/ac97_codec.ko
>>      insmod
>> /lib/modules/2.6.11gum/kernel/sound/oss/pxa-ac97.ko
>>  and it hangs up !
>>  I can login with ssh, and ps shows me :
>>      ...
>>      1331 root        328 S   modprobe -v pxa-ac97
>>      1338 root        356 S   sh -c insmod
>> /lib/modules/2.6.11gum/kernel/sound/oss/pxa-ac97.ko
>>      1339 root        272 R   insmod
>> /lib/modules/2.6.11gum/kernel/sound/oss/pxa-ac97.ko
>>      ...
>>  I use trunk rev.494 (rev.505 does the same)
>>  Perhaps audiostix is broken ...
>>  Does anybody know the real problem ?
>>
>> Jerome
>>
>>
>>
>
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