If I boot the notebook after power off, without anything connected, no power supply, no headphone connected in the audio jack and the sound works. It is possible to switch between the notebook sound (pcm0) and the headphone (pcm1) without any issue.
But after a reboot, if anything is connected as e.g. the power supply on the USB-C connector and/or some headphone on the audio jack the notebook makes some very strange and loud noises while booting and after boot I am not able to get notebook to make any noise or sound on any output.
- FreeBSD 12.2-RELEASE GENERIC amd64 (https://bsd-hardware.info/?probe=1ffaf5420c)
- FreeBSD 13.0-BETA3 GENERIC amd64 (https://bsd-hardware.info/?probe=7f8c483af1)
These files on gist are from the system, sndstat, dmesg, sysctl I grabbed with the script below
doas cat /dev/sndstat > sndstat.txt
doas pciconf -lv | grep -i audio -B2 > sound-pciconf.txt
doas dmesg | grep -e 'sound' -e 'audio' -e 'snd' -e 'pcm' -e 'hda' > sound-dmesg.txt
doas sysctl -a | grep -e 'sound' -e 'audio' -e 'snd' -e 'pcm' -e 'hda' > sound-sysctl.txt
doas sysctl dev.pcm > sound-sysctl-pcm.txt
doas sysctl dev.hdaa > sound-sysctl-hdaa.txt
doas sysctl dev.hdac > sound-sysctl-hdac.txt
doas sysctl dev.hdacc > sound-sysctl-hdacc.txt
doas sysctl hw.snd > sound-sysctl-snd.txt
In the FreeBSD Forums I already discussed this issue with others, having the same issue.
Thanks in advance, Neals