[alsa-devel] model needed for Clevo P150HM (Realtek ALC892)
belegdol at gmail.com
Fri Jul 1 08:14:26 CEST 2011
W dniu 01.07.2011 07:21, Takashi Iwai pisze:
> At Thu, 30 Jun 2011 22:16:04 +0200,
> Julian Sikorski wrote:
>> W dniu 30.06.2011 21:28, Takashi Iwai pisze:
>>> At Thu, 30 Jun 2011 20:09:49 +0200,
>>> Julian Sikorski wrote:
>>>> $ dmesg | grep XXX
>>>> [ 14.813013] XXX alc662_auto_fill_dac_nids called
>>>> [ 14.813015] XXX line_outs=1, 14/0/0
>>>> [ 14.813016] XXX hp_outs=1, 1b/0/0
>>>> [ 14.813018] XXX spk_outs=0, 0/0/0
>>>> [ 14.813186] XXX filled dacs: 2/0/0/0/0, hp 0, ext 0/0/0
>>>> [ 14.813187] XXX swap primary out to HP
>>>> [ 14.813188] XXX spk=14
>>>> [ 14.813190] XXX line=1b
>>>> [ 14.813191] XXX alc662_auto_fill_dac_nids called
>>>> [ 14.813192] XXX line_outs=1, 1b/0/0
>>>> [ 14.813194] XXX hp_outs=0, 0/0/0
>>>> [ 14.813195] XXX spk_outs=1, 14/0/0
>>>> [ 14.813311] XXX filled dacs: 2/0/0/0/0, hp 0, ext 0/0/0
>>>> [ 14.813560] XXX added multi-io pin 1a, dac 3
>>>> [ 14.813814] XXX added multi-io pin 18, dac 4
>>>> [ 14.813818] XXX create mixer ch 0 pin 1b dac 2 mix c
>>>> [ 14.813821] XXX create mixer ch 1 pin 1a dac 3 mix d
>>>> [ 14.813825] XXX create mixer ch 2 pin 18 dac 4 mix e
>>> How about the fix below?
>> It works, thanks! In more detail, the Speaker/Headphone situation is
>> back to 2.6.38 state - you can regulate them independently, but muting
>> one mutes the other. LFE/Center and Surround keep working correctly too.
>> The new output of alsa-info.sh:
> Right, it's because ALC892 has no mute-control in pin widgets but
> only in the mixer widget. And HP and speaker paths share the same
> mixer, thus it's impossible to mute independently.
I assume that the auto-mute function uses a different approach then - it
disables the speakers sound when headphone jack is plugged in.
>> So it seems that the only things remaining are the SPDIF/rear channel
>> jack and the coupled muting issue.
> It's a BIOS bug. It doesn't tell SPDIF is available.
> Ditto for the 4th stereo out. No pin is exposed by BIOS.
I see. I can try updating the BIOS and see if it changes anything. If it
doesn't, is there a way to work the problem around in the driver?
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