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Based on kernel version 3.15.4. Page generated on 2014-07-07 09:04 EST.

1	modprobe sound
2	insmod ad1848
3	insmod gus io=* irq=* dma=* ...
4	
5	This loads the driver for the Gravis Ultrasound family of sound cards.
6	
7	The gus module takes the following arguments
8	
9	io		I/O address of the Ultrasound card (eg. io=0x220)
10	irq		IRQ of the Sound Blaster card 
11	dma     	DMA channel for the Sound Blaster
12	dma16   	2nd DMA channel, only needed for full duplex operation
13	type		1 for PnP card
14	gus16		1 for using 16 bit sampling daughter board
15	no_wave_dma	Set to disable DMA usage for wavetable (see note)
16	db16		???
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18	
19	no_wave_dma option
20	
21	This option defaults to a value of 0, which allows the Ultrasound wavetable
22	DSP to use DMA for playback and downloading samples. This is the same
23	as the old behaviour. If set to 1, no DMA is needed for downloading samples,
24	and allows owners of a GUS MAX to make use of simultaneous digital audio
25	(/dev/dsp), MIDI, and wavetable playback.
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28	If you have problems in recording with GUS MAX, you could try to use
29	just one 8 bit DMA channel. Recording will not work with one DMA
30	channel if it's a 16 bit one.
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