[alsa-devel] ALSA-SOC support for OpenRD Client/Ultimate
teodor.robas at gmail.com
Sat Nov 13 08:43:49 CET 2010
Solved. All functions I tried (playback, volume control, muting) work fine.
The codec is found as:
cs42l51-codec 0-004a: found device cs42l51 rev 1
Manny thanks for this driver.
Also thanks to Mark Brown for pointing the info in the right direction.
On 11/12/2010 07:13 PM, Arnaud Patard (Rtp) wrote:
> Mark Brown<broonie at opensource.wolfsonmicro.com> writes:
>> On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 08:45:54AM +0200, Robas, Teodor wrote:
>>> I am writing to this list in the hope that somebody can clear me out
>>> if this platform is supported and I am doing something wrong, or if
>>> it is still work in progress.
> You have an OpenRD Client or Ultimate ? I'll consider you have an
> You need to patch some files (assuming the Ultimate as a cs42l51 at i2c
> address 4a like the Client) like I did in the patch sent with this mail.
>>> The drivers that I think should work with my hardware (OpenRD ultimate)
>>> are located in sound/soc/kirkwood/*.
>> Please remember to always CC maintainers on posts to Linux lists. I've
>> added a CC to Arnaud and not cut any text for his benefit.
>>> Sound on this device worked (partially) with the default software
>>> it came but not with the latest about 10 kernels I have tried.
>>> I added bellow the output of alsa-info.sh script. If needed I can look
>>> for more or try to fix it (with some help).
>>> Best Regards,
> I don't see snd-soc-openrd.ko and snd-soc-kirkwood-i2s.ko loaded and you
> need them. Also, please give kernel boot logs if the sound is still not
> working with my patch and all needed modules loaded. Checking if the
> codec is still a cs42l51 at 0x4a would be nice too.
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