[alsa-devel] question about bluez using alsa and patches
wshekrota at optonline.net
Fri Jun 15 01:45:25 CEST 2007
I was told that when using the btsco(bluez) and/or plugs bluetooth headset
software a patch is always required.
In the Gentoo community and perhaps everywhere it is suggested to use alsa
compiled into your kernel.
As I go to new kernels frequently these folks (sco headset) seem to have no
such forward support ie they have not worked on the patches yet for the newer
Am I wrong or at some point in time should this app not be weaned from using
patches? Is it the fact they use sco that they have to patch? Is there not an
alsa library they can program to instead.
I guess I don't understand the overall design so I can't see why this goes on
I'm somewhat apprehensive about trusting others to continually modify my
Am I out in left field here? Can anyone explain why they must choose this
Thanks very much.
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