[alsa-devel] [PATCH] ALSA: hda - Remove ignore_misc_bit
superquad.vortex2 at gmail.com
Mon Sep 17 10:44:16 CEST 2012
>>>>>> But I still wonder why PulseAudio cares the headphone jack state even
>>>>>> though this has only one output at all?
>>>>> When seeing the system as a whole, there can be other outputs on other
>>>>> cards - HDMI, USB etc. If somebody e g plugs a USB headset in it will
>>>>> simpler for the user if PulseAudio does not also show the unplugged
>>>>> mm jack
phantom port of internal speaker or internal Mic is ok but
how about those jack spdif, CD , Aux which does not have jack detect
Is it feasible for driver implement a read/ write kcontrol for those port
and allow the user to change the state of those port by using special
application (e.g. qashctl) ?
> That said, it's not super difficult to comment out a few lines in
> /usr/share/pulseaudio/alsa-mixer/paths/*.conf, and also, most mixer UIs
(e g pavucontrol) still allows you to route audio to an unavailable port.
For ad1988 which still not support auto mute nor hda jack detect. The user
still able to use the card in gnome but not in unity.
And ca0132 which does not implement auto mute ?
And the other ad198x which support auto mute but not implement hda jack
The other cases are those on-board ac97 controller (e.g. Intel8x0,
atiixp,...) with ac97 codecs which have the headphone playback volume
What is the usage of those "Headphone Jack Sense" control of AC97 codecs ?
Some of them seem have inverted control
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