[alsa-devel] Linux 2.6.21 regression with hda-intel (Conexant 5045)
tdavis at dsl-only.net
Thu May 17 17:02:12 CEST 2007
Patch 22 was specific to a few HP laptops with the CX20551 codec (you
have the CX20549). The driver has been undergoing quite a bit of
refinement over the last few months, so I'm not sure which version is in
what kernels. The best thing to do is download the
alsa-driver-1.0.14rc4.tar.bz2 release from alsa-project.org and use it.
It is the most current for that codec.
On Thu, 2007-05-17 at 12:04 +0200, Gunter Ohrner wrote:
> First of all: Sorry if this question is dumb or a fix should be obvious, but
> as a non-ALSA_expert I'm a bit a a loss at the moment... I searched the
> bugtracker and this list but could not find anything appropriate - most
> probably I missed a relevant post or didn't recognize it as being
> Any pointers are greatly appreciated!
> The situation is as follows: Using Linux 18.104.22.168, my laptop's soundcard
> works just fine. Using 22.214.171.124, it also works, but the headphone socket is
> dead. Plugging a headphone into it correctly mustes the internal speakers,
> but no sound is output via the headphones.
> - Fujitsu Simens Amilo Si1520
> - Codec: Conexant ID 5045 (as reported by Linux 126.96.36.199)
> Alsa device details between both Linux kernels differ completely, with Linux
> 188.8.131.52 only reporting a single a single analog PCM device and Linux
> 184.108.40.206 reporting a Conexant Analog and a Conexant Digital device. Should
> I still post the complete information from /proc/asound/* for both kernels?
> I tried applying conexant-test22.patch by Tobin Davis, but it does not seem
> to match the in-kernel ALSA code. It also does not seem to be related to
> the 5045 chip...
> Any ideas?
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