kaiwai wrote:dev wrote:kaiwai wrote:kaiwai wrote:cesium wrote:I think you can edit /etc/oss/installed_drivers and remove "ossusb" line to get rid of ossusb. (OSS restart required / or remove ossusb module (don't know how on Solaris)).
Yeah, got rid of the ossusb module, plus reverse the removal of the usb things from device_aliases. Hopefully it'll work *fingers crossed*
Nope, didn't work. Damn, all I want is for the squeaking to stop and my mic to work. Is that *really* too much to ask - honestly?
Copy this script to: /etc/init.d/oss
http://mercurial.opensound.com/?file/31 ... nOS/S89oss
and do chmod +x /etc/init.d/oss
Ok, I'm going to check that out tonight, I'm sure it'll work. How do I point Flash to the microphone I want to use? my web has a microphone, and when I did a clean install of Solaris, the microphone and webcam were both detected by Sun's native drivers, however, as soon as I installed OpenSound, everything went up the shoot.
Basically, I want to keep the USB Microphone and webcam using the native drivers, and I want the Microphone to be the one provided by the webcam - the problem is that the internal mic on my laptop isn't working, and when oss does install, it forces the system to use the internal one.
Basically, in a nutshell, I would like OpenSound just to provide playback, and nothing more than that. For the microphone, I'll use the one included in the webcam (which does work).
Is it possible to do that?
Pretty much I don't want the microphone to be enabled in my sound card; I don't want to install opensource because it stuffs everything up when I do - all the devices etc. go wrong, my screen goes blank if I try to go to console - basically, its a nightmare once installed.
So I want to get this right before installing it again.