[alsa-devel] Alsa Driver on Coldfire
sdunn at mpc-data.co.uk
Fri Apr 18 17:47:40 CEST 2008
On Fri, 18 Apr 2008 12:23:41 +0100, Mark Brown
<broonie at opensource.wolfsonmicro.com> wrote:
>> I don't remember exact reason, too. It was so when ALSA was merged,
> I think I'd formed the impression from somewhere or other (probably
> related to Debian m68k) that it was that there were no relevant drivers
> for m68k that had been ported to ALSA so there wasn't much point
> building it. I could be misremembering, though.
> With regard to ColdFire I'm guessing that this is an embedded system?
> If so you might want to have a look at working with the ASoC framework
> (see sound/soc and Documentation/sound/alsa/soc).
Thanks for the info guys, I couldn't see any reason why alsa would be
excluded. Oh and thanks for the tip re the system on chip, I'll have
a look into that though the kernel version we're working with is
2.6.10 and doesn't include it 'off the shelf'.
Can't imagine it would be too difficult to merge across unless anyone
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