[alsa-devel] [PATCH] SM56 Modem in Asus A8J Notebook Series
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Fri May 18 16:22:23 CEST 2007
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It's support for the SI3054 Chip build into the Asus A8J Notebook Series.
In Windows it's called "Motorola SM56".
What do you mean with "sign-off"?
I'm pretty happy when it walks into upstream, so that the requests on my homepage about how to patch alsa to run that
modem are ceasing down.
Just a small issue is left. With the alsa driver buildin into 2.6.19 slmodem is working, with any newer one (either
standalone or buildin driver) we have a "hda-intel: invalid format_val, rate=9600, ch=1, format=2" error in dmesg. Seems
something has been broken on that step (probably 1.0.13 to 1.0.14?). Sadly I'm not able to tell right now which alsa was
included into 2.6.19. I'm trying to compare the files to get an idea what's wrong (#2799 and #2820 are reporting similar
Takashi Iwai wrote:
> Thanks, the patch looks good to me.
> Could you give a brief description of the patch and your sign-off to
> merge to the upstream?
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