Is there a way to track when an interrupt is sent to the CPU and then to
the kernel? (While on that subject, is there something like strace, but
that will follow it through the kernel instead of just to the kernel?)
It seems it is getting lost, or the sound driver is losing it (I don't
know which actually increments the proc entry). I did see something
strange. ALT-SysRq-T and M seem to sometimes allow you to make the
sound look as if you just boot, so it is the first time, and it works.
This isn't 100% though.
P.S. In sb_audio.c, I believe it is, for the SB16 the DMA_buf_start_xxxx
call seems to be commented out in the play block function. Is this
correct? Is DMA for SB16 off?
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