[alsa-devel] HDMI v. ICH8 on Dell XPS M1330
Steven.Tellman at idt.com
Thu Feb 28 21:55:32 CET 2008
Actually, I've seen this as well, haven't really started to debug it. We
define in the verb table of that system this:
;#21# <STAC9228> (SPDIF Out:Pin48) Jack:Other Digital, Digital, Black,
A:A, S:0, Loc:Internal, Sp.8 (Bay, HDMI), Det:No, Imp:No
Notice we use the "Other Digital" as the jack. Is that possibly causing
a problem? IEC958 shows up, but doesn't provide output to HDMI devices
(that I've tested).
IDT PC Audio Demo/Linux/Test
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[mailto:alsa-devel-bounces at alsa-project.org] On Behalf Of Takashi Iwai
Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2008 5:41 AM
To: Armando Di Cianno
Cc: alsa-devel at alsa-project.org
Subject: Re: [alsa-devel] HDMI v. ICH8 on Dell XPS M1330
At Wed, 27 Feb 2008 17:41:10 -0500,
Armando Di Cianno wrote:
> I figured this was more appropriate for devel, and not user. Sorry,
> that's wrong.
> First, I'm using the 1.0.16 release tarballs. They work better than
> in-kernel drivers, as they survive both suspend and hibernate, whereas
> the kernel drivers do not.
> I'm eager to see audio over HDMI working on my Dell XPS M1330. I'm
> pretty sure that this is /not supported/ at the moment -- if this
> the case, please stop reading, and let me know the particulars. HDMI
> seems to be supported noted, but mainly for the ATI chips.
> I'm pretty sure the m1330 has a STAC9228 setup. None of the suggested
> model= module parameters succeeded in getting audio over HDMI, beyond
> what is autodetected without any parameter specified. model=5stack
> seems to show a digital SPDIF device added.
The HDMI on HD-audio is currently handled equivalently with SPDIF.
So, this device is the HDMI. Try to output this? Don't forget to
adjust 'IEC958'-related mixer controls.
> If there is anyway I can help the core developers get HDMI audio
> working, I would be glad to help. I will post all the relevant
> information I can think of following; please let me know if other
> information would be helpful.
Use alsa-info.sh. This will contain far more information.
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