There's still plenty of opportunity for me to be confused, as I'm a complete RISC OS n00b. However, I'm referring to the standard editor in BASIC that you get when you type "EDIT" at the BASIC prompt.fladda wrote:The 32-bit version of the old Basic Editor still works fine on the RPi.
Did you ever get your sound working again?The good old fashion VDU 7 beep command does not seem to work anymore!
Freddie, I’ve now solved my sound problem and it just might be relevant to your setup too (as well as other people's).The good old fashion VDU 7 beep command does not seem to work anymore!
VGA doesn't have any capability for sound, unless someone has used the I2C and RES pins as a sound connection.neilf wrote:
I’m not sure why a VGA adapter kills sound output through the R-Pi headphone socket under Risc OS, but it appears it does.
Well yes, I know that.VGA doesn't have any capability for sound, unless someone has used the I2C and RES pins as a sound connection.
Maybe something to do with hdmi_drive=1 (DVI) or 2 (HDMI) in config.txt, and that Linux could be forcing the 3.5mm jack output.neilf wrote:Why does use of a VGA adapter kill sound output on the headphone socket? It does this under RISC OS, but not apparently under linux.
I had a similar problem - my HDMI to VGA adaptor did not have support for sound and I was trying everything to get it working. I found that on Linux it is possible to configure Alsa to use analog sound (the 3mm jack) rather than digital (the HDMI port) but there is no such software level configuration on ROS. I guess the RPi hardware must just direct all sound to the 3mm jack if no digital (HDMI) is present.neilf wrote:Why does use of a VGA adapter kill sound output on the headphone socket? It does this under RISC OS, but not apparently under linux.
Sorry if I am teaching you to such eggs here, but have you tried setting hdmi_drive=2 in your config.txt, as this should force it into HDMI mode which will send sound over the HDMI cable. It might be that it is seeing DVI and inferring that the drive=1 which will direct sound to the 3mm on board jack instead.DavidS wrote: I am guessing that it sees a DVI monitor and does not look further to see if it is HD-Sound capable?
Prepare yourself for unbroken awe then download GraphTask from:skywalker wrote:Anyway, I can certainly put it down to "The Task Window isn't currently designed to do this and there are lots of better options anyway", but I would have experienced unbroken awe everything had worked perfectly in the Task Window
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