Description of This Package
This package is intended to aid in the debugging of Uniaud. It includes
both the release and the debug versions of the Uniaud audio drivers
(uniaud16.sys and uniaud32.sys).
The production version in the Release directory is compiled without debug
output statements and is intended for production use.
The debug version in the Debug directory is compiled with debug output
statements enabled, and is intended to be used in situations where there
is a problem and additional debug information is requested from a developer.
The Debug directory also contains MAP and SYM files for use with a debugger.
You must already have Uniaud installed to use this package.
To install the debug version, simply copy the contents of the Debug directory
to the \MMOS2 directory on your boot disk and reboot.
For example: "copy Debug\* d:\mmos2".
To install the production version, simply copy the contents of the Release
directory to the \MMOS2 directory on your boot disk and reboot.
For example: "copy Release\* d:\mmos2".
You may wish to backup your existing uniaud16.sys and uniaud32.sys files in
the \MMOS2 directory first.
How to use the debug version
To use the debug versions, make a backup copy of your Release uniaud32.sys and
uniaud16.sys and copy the debug versions in their place. They debug versions
output information to the alsahlp$ log and the release versions do not.
To gather all the information needed to report a problem, download UniLog.cmd
from the netlabs ftp:
To create the log file, simply run UniLog.cmd, type a simple 1 line description
of the problem, and include the resulting zip file with your problem report.
To only see the alsahlp$ information yourself, you can open an OS/2 command
prompt and enter:
copy alsahlp$ uniaud.log
However this log does not contain enough information to debug a problem, so always
use the UniLog.cmd program to produce logs to include with a problem report.
The Uniaud project site is http://svn.netlabs.org/uniaud. The user mailing list
is firstname.lastname@example.org, and the developer's mailing list is email@example.com.
To subscribe, append "-subscribe" to the portion of the address before the @. The
lists are archived on Gmane.org.