[alsa-devel] intel-hd on an intel G33 motherboard
zhe.jiang at intel.com
Tue Jan 15 02:32:35 CET 2008
On Mon, 2008-01-14 at 17:11 +0000, De Fuuss wrote:
> The jumper is now set to enable onboard (Intel HDA) audio.
> At the back of the barebone there are 5 jacks (4 channels for 7.1 and 1 line in channel) + 1 spdif out.
> From these, using 6stack-hp, only the "Front L/R" jack works, none of the others
> On the front, there are 2 jacks (1 headphones and 1 microphone). The headphone jack works.
Can you tell us how you did the testing?
>From the driver code, it's not likely that all other jacks don't work.
Because the driver support up-mixing, you can play a 2-channel music and
get sound from 4 jacks on the back panel.
I read the dmesg output that you sent to me.
But there is no alsa debug info in it.
Did you really configure the driver with the option
If not, please try it and paste the dmesg info, it is helpful to trace
> All the channels have been set to 100% in alsamixer.
> Considering that a week ago I had 0.0 and today I'm at 2.0, it's already a improvement. ;-)
> > Subject: Re: [alsa-devel] intel-hd on an intel G33 motherboard
> > From: zhe.jiang at intel.com
> > To: fuuss at hotmail.com
> > CC: cmatsuoka at gmail.com; alsa-devel at alsa-project.org
> > Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2008 16:43:00 +0800
> > On Mon, 2008-01-14 at 02:06 +0800, De Fuuss wrote:
> >> Following your advice, I tested per channel output. Using either
> >> 6stack-dig or 6stack-hp, I get noise from Front Left and Right jacks,
> >> using speaker-test (X=1 and 2) but not on any other channels.
> > Hi,
> > Did you mean that after you changed the 'Jumper',
> > you could get the sound from the Front jack on the back channel?
> >> Patrick
> >>> Date: Sun, 13 Jan 2008 01:01:50 -0200
> >>> From: cmatsuoka at gmail.com
> >>> To: fuuss at hotmail.com
> >>> CC: zhe.jiang at intel.com; alsa-devel at alsa-project.org
> >>> Subject: Re: [alsa-devel] intel-hd on an intel G33 motherboard
> >>> 2008/1/12 De Fuuss :
> >>>> I get the uneasy feeling that something is messed up with this
> >> board. Anyway, for completeness' sake, I attached the results of
> >> amixer contents, cat /proc/asound/card0/codec#0 and dmesg for the
> >> module loaded as 6stack-dig. I have to try 6stack-hp again to confirm
> >> if I get something there.
> >>> I fixed the Inspiron output, and I'm adding the SG33G5M codec to the
> >>> codecgraph codecs collection (git repository at
> >>> http://helllabs.org/git/codecgraph.git). If nodes 0x14, 0x15, 0x16
> >> and
> >>> 0x17 are the front, rear, clfe and side connectors in the back
> >> panel,
> >>> 6stack-hp should work (at least for the outputs). You can test the
> >>> outputs using "speaker-test -Dplug:surround71 -c8 -sX" (where X
> >> varies
> >>> from 1 to 8) and a pair of headphones.
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