Yamaha DS-XG audio device
yds* at pci? flags 0x0000
audio* at yds?
yds driver supports Yamaha DS-XG based
sound chips, as found in, e.g., many Sony Vaio notebooks.
The flags can be used to pass additional information to the
A value of 0x1000 forces the driver to disable the Sound Blaster legacy mode. This is needed to make the floppy work on some machines but is disabled by default because it is known to break apm(4) support.
The driver needs a firmware file, which is loaded on demand when the device is attached:
ac97(4), audio(4), intro(4), pci(4)
yds driver first appeared in
Kazuki Sakamoto and Minoura Makoto.