Subject: Re: How to report your azalia(4) problems
To: TAMURA Kent <email@example.com>
From: Blair Sadewitz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/23/2007 09:39:23
What could I do to assist in creating a human-readable mixer table for
my hardware? A short tutorial and/or pointers to other references
would be appreciated.
Often there are sources of information, such as linux "codec dumps"
(from their procfs) which show groups of pin configurations. I can
sometimes see how these are represented in the structures you use,
other times I don't.
ALSA often has some useful (?) information as well in their codec
"patches". IIRC, FreeBSD's driver now uses a parser for most things,
so it's not as helpful.
Thanks for all your work on this,
P.S. Insofar as mmap() is concerned, I would be satisfied with
completely "hard-wired" parameters.
I can teach applications about that. It would just be very nice to be
able to mmap() a buffer with my hardware, as I would like to start
doing audio work and maybe porting some applications.
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