I will have plenty of patches for this fairly soon. Stay tuned.
On Thu, 2008-10-09 at 20:02 +0200, Takashi Iwai wrote:
$SUBJECT is now on my sound-unstable git tree: git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/tiwai/sound-unstable-2.6.git together with other experimental patches.
If you're using 2.6.27-rc* git tree, pull the master branch of the tree above into yours, and run make oldconfig. That is, % cd /your/git-tree % git pull git://...../sound-unstable-2.6.git master
If you are not using 2.6.27-rc*, or not familiar with git, you can try alsa-driver-unstable snapshot tarball available at ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/tiwai/snapshot/ Run configure, make and make install as usual ALSA-driver tarball.
(I didn't check whether the tarball correctly includes the sbxfi stuff. It should have been generated automatically. If not, wait for a while. If it still doesn't include sbxfi code, please report. I'll fix it tomorrow morning.)
The driver is built only for 2.6.26 or later. If you have an older kernel, edit alsa-driver*/kconfig-vers and change the version of CONFIG_SND_SBXFI to 2.6.24 or whatever you want. Then run ./gitcompile, instead of configure in this case to update the configure script.
**NOTE** The driver is totally untested. It's just compiled without errors, but not reviewed after a quick writing. So, don't expect it ever runs at the first try. A crash is highly possible.
There are some build conditions found in sound/pci/sbxfi/sbxfi.c, starting with XXX_*. You can change it if you want. As default, it's for non-fullduplex but accept different rates. Not sure whether this works at all.
Any test- (and better debugging-) reports are appreciated.
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