AUIXP(4) BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual AUIXP(4)NAME
auixp -- ATI IXP series integrated AC'97 audio device driver
auixp* at pci? dev ? function ?
audio* at audiobus?
The auixp device driver supports the integrated AC'97 audio controller of the ATP IXP series I/O controller hub. Supported models include
all the chips that have IXP-200 base functionality for codec communication and DAC/ADC DMA support.
SEE ALSO ac97(4), audio(4), pci(4)HISTORY
The auixp device driver appeared in NetBSD 2.1.
The 'SPDIF' support is still rudimentary and not supported other than through the codec. 'Quadrophonic' and 'Dolby 5.1' audio are supported
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EAP(4) BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual EAP(4)NAME
eap -- AudioPCI audio device driver
eap* at pci? dev ? function ?
audio* at audiobus?
joy* at eap?
midi* at eap?
The eap driver provides support for the Ensoniq AudioPCI and Creative Labs SoundBlaster PCI series of audio cards. All models based on the
ES1370, ES1371, and ES1373 chips are supported.
a second audio device is attached. You can use it simply by directing audio output to it. This way it is possible for two different pro-
grams to use the "same" audio device simultaneously.
SEE ALSO ac97(4), audio(4), joy(4), midi(4), pci(4)HISTORY
The eap device driver appeared in NetBSD 1.4.
The joystick port hardware works by emulating a legacy isa(4) joystick port, bypassing the pci(4) bus method for address allocation. This is
unlikely to work on PCI busses other than the primary one. There is also a possibility for conflicts with real ISA devices because the PCI
bus is probed before ISA. Use with caution.
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