SND_AC97_BUS(9) Control/Mixer API SND_AC97_BUS(9)NAME
snd_ac97_bus - create an AC97 bus component
int snd_ac97_bus(struct snd_card * card, int num, struct snd_ac97_bus_ops * ops, void * private_data, struct snd_ac97_bus ** rbus);
the card instance
the bus number
the bus callbacks table
private data pointer for the new instance
the pointer to store the new AC97 bus instance.
Creates an AC97 bus component. An struct snd_ac97_bus instance is newly allocated and initialized.
The ops table must include valid callbacks (at least read and write). The other callbacks, wait and reset, are not mandatory.
The clock is set to 48000. If another clock is needed, set (*rbus)->clock manually.
The AC97 bus instance is registered as a low-level device, so you don't have to release it manually.
Zero if successful, or a negative error code on failure.
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Net::DBus::Binding::Bus(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation Net::DBus::Binding::Bus(3pm)NAME
Net::DBus::Binding::Bus - Handle to a well-known message bus instance
# Get a handle to the system bus
my $bus = Net::DBus::Binding::Bus->new(type => &Net::DBus::Binding::Bus::SYSTEM);
This is a specialization of the Net::DBus::Binding::Connection module providing convenience constructor for connecting to one of the well-
known bus types. There is no reason to use this module directly, instead get a handle to the bus with the "session" or "system" methods in
my $bus = Net::DBus::Binding::Bus->new(type => $type);
my $bus = Net::DBus::Binding::Bus->new(address => $addr);
Open a connection to a message bus, either a well known bus type specified using the "type" parameter, or an arbitrary bus specified
using the "address" parameter. If the "private" parameter is set to a true value, then a private connection to the bus is obtained.
The caller must explicitly disconnect this bus instance before releasing the last instance of the object.
Send a request to the bus registering the well known name specified in the $service_name parameter. If another client already owns the
name, registration will be queued up, pending the exit of the other client.
my $name = $bus->get_unique_name
Returns the unique name by which this processes' connection to the bus is known. Unique names are never re-used for the entire lifetime
of the bus daemon.
Register a signal match rule with the bus controller, allowing matching broadcast signals to routed to this client.
Unregister a signal match rule with the bus controller, preventing further broadcast signals being routed to this client
Daniel P. Berrange
Copyright (C) 2004-2011 Daniel P. Berrange
perl v5.14.2 2011-06-30 Net::DBus::Binding::Bus(3pm)
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