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==CMI8788 driver status==
New driver packages, for testing analog recording:<br>http://www.alsa-project.org/~clemens/alsa-driver-oxygen-test1.tar.bz2<br>http://www.alsa-project.org/~clemens/alsa-driver-oxygen-test2.tar.bz2<br>http://www.alsa-project.org/~clemens/alsa-driver-oxygen-test3.tar.bz2
I don't know what change broke recoding, so I've created several packages that have some specific changes reverted.
*Please try them in order, until you find one that works; then tell me about it.
*Please make sure that all old sound modules are unloaded before loading new modules. (Or just reboot.)
*The recording selections for Line In and Mic In may affect each other; please try all combinations, if possible.
New driver available: ALSA 1.0.16 ([[Download]])
*changed recording selection; mic in should again work on non-Xonar cards
New beta driver available: http://www.alsa-project.org/~clemens/alsa-driver-20080130.tar.bz2
*bugfix: codec initialization for recording and volume changes on non-Xonar cards (these were broken since 1.0.16rc1)
New beta 1.0.16rc2 of ALSA available: [[Download]]
No changes in this driver.
*front panel mixer controls
*front panel recording
*line-in volume control (all cards except Xonar)
*separate driver snd-hifier for the TempoTec HiFier Fantasia
The driver should now be complete (except for any bugs).
New beta driver 1.0.16rc1 available: [[Download]]<br>
You need the alsa-driver-1.0.16rc1 package for the kernel driver, alsa-lib-1.0.16rc1 for dmix and AC-3 passthrough support, and alsa-utils-1.0.16rc1 for an alsamixer that supports the 8-channel master volume control.
*mixer control for SPDIF loopback
*fixed pausing
*support all sample rates with cards that have a WM8785 ADC
*support 192 kHz SPDIF input
*front panel playback (but no mixer controls for that yet; untested)
*Fixed jack routing: Front and Surround were exchanged. (Hey, why did nobody notice this? :-)
*Internal changes.
*Yet more internal configuration hooks; no user-visible changes.
*Add more configuration hooks for card model drivers. (There should be no user-visible changes.)
*Bugfix: When sound is played to the analog front output, use the correct sample rate when copying it to the SPDIF output.
*Added a (read-only) control for the channel status bits of the SPDIF input.
*Added ALT switch for Xonar cards.
*Changed jack routing (exchanged "surround" and "back" jacks, except when in 7.1 mode).
*Made line-in exclusive.
*Renamed the "PCM" volume control to "Master".
*Controls for SPDIF output.
*Mixer controls for all analog inputs (but Line Input bypasses the analog mixer).
*SPDIF should now work.
*Playback on all other cards with AK4396 DACs should now work, too.
*The driver now initializes the AC'97 codec whose analog mixer is used to route the analog inputs to the ADC. Analog recording should work from all inputs.
*No input controls yet, all inputs (and their noise) are mixed together.
Rewritten from scratch.
The driver name is now snd-oxygen (all cards except Xonar) or snd-virtuoso (Xonar).
The second most important feature, the MIDI port, now works.
(The most important feature, the colorful jack illumination on my Xonar card, is not controlled by software and has always worked.)<br><code>:-)</code>
==my TODO list==
==my TODO list==
#CMI8788 driver<br>about 100% (see above)
#lots of other things
#CMI8788 and Xonar drivers
#use hrtimers in the MIDI sequencer<br>ca. 25%
#use hrtimers in the MIDI sequencer<br>ca. 25%
#usb-audio: allow shorter-than-1ms periods for high-speed devices (just remove the code that rounds periods to USB frames)<br>0%
#usb-audio: allow shorter-than-1ms periods for high-speed devices (just remove the code that rounds periods to USB frames)<br>0%

Latest revision as of 12:50, 4 April 2012

[edit] my TODO list

  1. lots of other things
  2. CMI8788 and Xonar drivers
  3. use hrtimers in the MIDI sequencer
    ca. 25%
  4. usb-audio: allow shorter-than-1ms periods for high-speed devices (just remove the code that rounds periods to USB frames)
  5. usb-audio: handle MIDI write errors better
  6. move non-public headers out of linux/include/sound/
  7. PCI: annotate in-memory data structures read by bus master chips with __le/be
  8. implement (some?) OSS 4 API ioctls
  9. test (i.e., use) alsa-python
  10. use dev_printk?
  11. various subsystem send different and too many MIDI reset commands when a port is closed
  12. usb-audio: restructure
  13. OSS emulation by redirecting to user space (like FUSE, but we need ioctls and mmap)
  14. MIDI synth: support more sysex commands
  15. MIDI synth: MIDI tuning
  16. ymfpci: MIDI synth
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