On Sat, Nov 7, 2009 at 6:06 AM, Hartmut Noack wrote:
No, Apple (which is the only one of the two) just decides to drop
firewire on its not-top-of-the-line machines, thus rendering the audio
interface hardware already owned by thousands of people unusable on a
new machine. Because "it doesn't matter" ....
> The SuseAG showed some insight on this as they put the alsa-people on
AFAIK, we had perfect support for envy24 cards before "certified for
linux" ever existed. Are there specific things that you know which
were added/improved/fixed because of the input of h/w vendors and/or
the CFL program?
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