Michael Schwendt wrote: > On Sun, 26 Jul 2009 04:42:57 -0400, William wrote: > >> I have external receptacles on my motherboard at the back of my computer >> box -- one light green for incoming sound, and one light red (pink) for >> a microphone. Double checked visually and in my motherboard manual. >> >> *However* my tv tuner card has no sound output receptacle, did not come >> with a line to use as an external connection line and shows no external >> hookups in its manual. > > Yes, it's a known fact by now. Nobody asks you to put a cable where > you *cannot* put a cable. ;-) The remaining problem, however, is that > there must be a theory about how your tv card "produces" audio then? > I suspect that there is a device in /dev that you read to get the sound, and pass it to the sound hardware. Maybe more then one if the card produces both analog and digital sound output, and/or has an FM tuner. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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