Re: [ALSA PATCH] 1.0.9b+

From: Daniel Egger
Date: Sat Jul 30 2005 - 08:44:48 EST

On 29.07.2005, at 09:39, Jaroslav Kysela wrote:

Note that most of lines are from new Sparc and ARM drivers. Other changes
are mostly small bugfixes, cleanups and new hardware ID additions. The all
changes goes through all ALSA developers (our CVS server sends us whole
diffs back), so all of them review/verify new code and can fix it ASAP. It
works quite well.

FWIW the current ALSA patch against 2.6.12 works much better than
the original version for my Asus W3V with Intel HDA ALC880 in the sense
that there's a possibility to prevent crashing the kernel when loading
the module. However apart from the ID fixes this involves disabling the
autodetection code and hardcoding the correct type in the realtek code.

As it stands the code seems to be really buggy and I'd love to test the
driver after someone wiser than me in this area reviewed and fixed the


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