[alsa-devel] Random controls with hda-intel
niteblade at gmx.net
niteblade at gmx.net
Mon Sep 22 10:07:08 CEST 2008
Using the driver (fresh snapshot 22-Sep) with or without the quirk has
no obvious influence on the mixer controls I get.
With model=auto I get the following controls:
Master, Front, Caller I, Off-hook (bool only, no functionality)
PCM, Capture (volume only, at least pcm works as expected)
Line, CD, Mic (bool and volume, not tested)
Input Source (multiple choice)
With model=toshiba I get almost almost quiet but audible playback and
the following controls:
Master, Caller I, Off-hook (bool, master works as expected)
PCM, Capture (volume only, at least pcm works)
Mic (bool and volume, not tested)
Front Mic, Line, CD, Mixer (only capture selection)
BTW: This box is indeed a Toshiba A100.
Travis Place schrieb:
> Noticed the following in the GIT code in regards to your card..
> /* FIXME: the entry below breaks Toshiba A100 (model=auto works!)
> * Any other models that need this preset?
> /* SND_PCI_QUIRK(0x1179, 0xff10, "Toshiba", ALC861_TOSHIBA), */
> Please confirm if using that quirk makes the card behave properly for you.
> You can do this by loading the snd-hda-intel module with the model=toshiba
> argument. (remove snd-hda-intel module from the running kernel, then
> do 'modprobe snd-hda-intel model=toshiba')
> On Sunday 21 September 2008 9:10:20 pm niteblade at gmx.net wrote:
>> Hi guys,
>> This is a problem I already posted on alsa-users, but since the only
>> reply I got was a me-too, I'm posting here.
>> I have some problems with the snd-hda-intel driver. The mixer controls
>> seem to be unpredictably appearing and disappearing or changing type
>> (on/off-switch vs volume) from alsa-driver
>> version to version. In the current daily snapshot (12th Sept 2008) I
>> have no volume control at all. In the driver shipped with 2.6.25 kernel
>> at least I get a pcm volume control. Several driver versions ago (dont
>> remember the version number) I had a master volume control. Several
>> other controls seem to have no effect on anything.
>> When loading the snd-hda-intel driver, I get in my syslog:
>> hda_codec: Unknown model for ALC861, trying auto-probe from BIOS...
>> The alsa info script has uploaded my infos here:
>> Any help is appreciated
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