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Setup of Ensoniq Soundscape Card

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I have an Ensoniq Soundscape card (non-PnP) on my Slackware Linux 2.0.0 system. I have compiled the kernel for Ensoniq support. What values do I enter for Midi IOBase, Midi IRQ, Initialization DMA, Audio IOBase, Audio IRQ, and Audio DMA when I compile the kernel? Also, should ssinit send the microcode to /dev/dsp0 or /dev/dsp1?
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Here is my Solaris setup.  I have the same card as you, but the software I have uses different words to describe each value.  The only thing that may be confusing to you is the DMA, but I think you can figure it out from this:


Midi
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I/O port = 330
IRQ = 7
DMA (A) = 0
DMA (B) = 1

Audio
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I/O port = 534
IRQ = 5

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