[alsa-devel] PATCH: Maxdata Favorit 100XS support

Takashi Iwai tiwai at suse.de
Thu Feb 5 08:28:50 CET 2009

At Sun, 1 Feb 2009 20:30:39 +0100,
Michael Schwingen wrote:
> Hi,
> this is my first ALSA patch, so I am not sure if this is the right place &
> form to post patches?

Yes.  At the next time, please add me to Cc so that it'll reach more

> Anyway, here is a patch to enable audio on the Maxdata Favorit 100XS - a
> compact PC sold by German company Maxdata (probably manufactured by FIC,
> Transtec Senyo 600/Belinea o.max XS/Lynx Silent PC MP-I *might* be
> identical, but I have none of those).
> The Favorit 100XS uses an Intel 945 chipset with a Realtek HD audio codec
> connected to exactly 2 jacks: one input, and one output jack. Using the
> standard ALSA driver, output is silent.
> This patch enables audio input/output on these machines - it is based in
> part on the acer code in the same file.
> Signed-off-by: Michael Schwingen <michael at schwingen.org>

The patch looks almost good but there are a few issues to fix.

First off, please use a unified diff (diff -u) for a patch.
Then, rebase your patch to the latest sound git tree[*] or 2.6.29-rc3 
at least.

Some stuff in patch_realtek.c in the latest tree was changed to be
incompatible from 2.6.28.  For example,

> + 	[ALC260_FAVORIT100] = {
> + 		.mixers = { alc260_favorit100_mixer,
> + 			    alc260_capture_mixer },

The capture mixer is now created dynamically.  Usually you don't need
pass capture_mixer array here.

> + 		.init_verbs = { alc260_acer_init_verbs },

Don't you use alc260_favorit100_init_verbs?

Could you fix these and repost?



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