[alsa-devel] ESI MAYA44 driver status
klem.dev at gmail.com
Fri Sep 21 10:17:40 CEST 2007
Sorry not have answer before, I check my mails so late.
Also from the architecture Ctirad explains, making a driver for the Maya44
is 'doable', the VIA envy24ht chip is already support, so it would be easier
as with the WT192M. The things to do is to fine the documentation of the
codec Wolfson WM8776 (join) and adjust the front-end as I do for the WT192M.
It's not much work, but it seems that's only I²S bus support on this codec
and not I²C, and I don't how I²S is actually implemented in linux kernel or
Also I have some work to finish on the ESI WT192M (db scale for level, some
But if you want any help it's ok.
2007/9/3, Rene Herman <rene.herman at gmail.com>:
> On 09/03/2007 10:44 AM, Adrian McMenamin wrote:
> > On 02/09/07, Rene Herman <rene.herman at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> If you feel you'll be okay getting a driver going starting from nothing
> >> an email address, great!
> >> Especially given that hardware would need to be supplied -- which
> >> to some degree means committing upfront -- I would want to first
> >> around on my own a bit while judging whether or not I'd be capable in
> >> first place and judging what information I'd need from the contact. I
> >> expect the same holds for more subscribers so if you _are_ willing to
> >> under these conditions, I'd say go for it.
> > If you'd bothered to talk to the company rather than spoit
> [ ... ]
> I didn't "spoit" and certainly not in the message you are now replying to.
> Earlier I said the pre-conception as though ESI would be supporting ALSA
> instead of the other way around rather annoyed me, and it did. Moreover,
> while I only speak for myself I seemed to notice a similar sentiment in at
> least one other list member and while we were just sitting here trying to
> not offend anyone, Piotr was growing desperate.
> After giving up on the "just sitting there", things seem to be moving
> As said, great if you are going to take it!
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