On Sun, Jun 5, 2011 at 1:46 PM, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
Welcome to Linux audio I think...
Anyway, as this device is part of the HDSP family - I own an HDSP 9652
- I can say that if you don't successfully run hdspconf & hdspmixer
you'll almost certainly never produce sound. The HDSP family has a
rather large and somewhat daunting internal audio router and without
running the mixer and configuring it nothing is routed and sound goes
nowhere. There is no command line way to access the router, TTBOMK and
ONLY *MY* OPINION, but with Thomas Charbonnel long gone from Linux
audio development I'm unsure whether anyone has the depth of knowledge
and, frankly, interest in tackling the tasks to do anything new in
It would be great to find another developer with the interest that we
had when Thomas was here. I'll work with anyone wanting to do
development by testing code here, as I did with Thomas.
That said, it's possible that all you need is a new PCI device IDs
added to the existing HDSP driver and possibly it would work. Not
Sorry for such a negative report.
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