[alsa-devel] M-Delta Audiophile 192 (ice1724) Recording
cag at fsk-hh.org
Mon Feb 4 18:37:48 CET 2008
Takashi Iwai schrieb:
> At Mon, 04 Feb 2008 15:31:10 +0100,
> CAG wrote:
>> Takashi Iwai schrieb:
>>> At Thu, 31 Jan 2008 23:51:19 +0100,
>>> Computer AG im FSK wrote:
>>>> I forget to mention that we patched
>>>> instead of
>>>> because /usr/local/src/alsa-driver-1.0.16rc2/pci/ice1712/revo.c is just
>>>> 3 lines long or so and looks like including
>>>> Does this matter ?
>>> No, it's the right place to apply.
>>> So far, I have no further idea what could be wrong. It's really hard
>>> to debug remotely without hardware and without any datasheet... >
>> We get this card working with O.S.S., recording works now. Anyway, OSS
>> is not our preferred sound system...
> If the GPL'ed version of OSS works, then we can see the driver code.
> Could you check whether it works? If we have a reference source, it
> will be greatly helpful to debug.
Ok, we will check this this week. I found a link to "Envy24 under
FreeBSD", where details specs and the driver code are listed:
But I will get back to you as soon as we tested the GPL Version.
>> We would like to know if there will be future development for this card.
>> We bought 4 cards for our studio, it really would help us out.
>> Is there any way to support the alsa project to fix this issue ? What
>> about our offer to lend a card for development ? Our finances aren't
>> very well but we could also think about a small donation for hardware
> Well, the problem is another one - the lack of the hardware
> information such as datasheet. The codec chip itself is known but the
> connection of the chip is unknown. This is what M-audio knows at
> best. Or you can track the pin connections on your board...
> Above all, the most missing thing for me is the time. I'm willing to
> help you but have likely too little time. I hope someone else could
> help more intensively...
Well I can imagine... :)
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