[alsa-devel] [Alsa-user] is this card supported by ALSA?

Landis McGauhey b3zdomny at hotmail.com
Wed Jul 16 22:15:19 CEST 2008

> Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2008 20:50:21 +0200
> From: rene.herman at keyaccess.nl
> To: b3zdomny at hotmail.com
> CC: tiwai at suse.de; alsa-user at lists.sourceforge.net; alsa-devel at alsa-project.org; alsa at sc8-sf-spam2.sourceforge.net
> Subject: Re: [Alsa-user] is this card supported by ALSA?
> On 16-07-08 20:00, Landis McGauhey wrote:
> > OK, this is interesting:
> > 
> > # patch -p1 -r < ens1371-ac97_reset_hack.diff=
> > bash:ens1371-ac97_reset_hack.diff: No such file or directory
> > 
> > # patch -p1 -r < ens1371-ac97.diff
> > bash: ens1371-ac97.diff: No such file or directory
> > 
> > Go figure.
> Of course. You've done this a number of times now, so I took for granted 
> that by now you'd understand to put in the path yourself. You saved 
> these diff's from earlier mssages.
> > Attached are two high-res pix of the card. The smallest chips were
> > just too darned small for me to read the printing; maybe you can
> > magnify the pix and make something of them.
> A CT4730. You have an onboard amp (and it's disabled -- setting both the 
> jumpers to the SPK position enables it but keeping it disabled is better 
> if you don't really need it; these opamps suck).
> Moreover, the AC97 codec seems integrated in the EV1938. Just found a 
> patch for FreeBSD following up a similar report for your card. Will look 
> at it tomorrow.
> Rene.

OK, thanks!  As for the "patch -p1 -r" commands, I see.  I already had sent the diff's to the recycle bin, so following your message, I restored them and then ran the commands again with the paths.  They erred out with a complaint that "option requires an argument -- r".  I'm reading the manual now, I'll figure it out, you go get some sleep!

as always, many thanks and best regards,

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