Subject: Re: Patch for the Audigy
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Christos Zoulas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/27/2004 17:11:47
In article <Pine.LNX.email@example.com>,
Adam K Kirchhoff <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> This patch wasn't written by me. It's from Jacob Meuser, who's
>primary focus was getting the Audigy working on OpenBSD. A few months
>ago, he sent me a patch he wrote for NetBSD, based on reviion 1.31 of
>emuxki.c, 1.4 of emuxkireg.h, 1.6 of emuxkivar.h, 1.612 of pcidev (and
>pcidevs.h), and 1.610 of pcidevs_data.h
> He wasn't going to submit the patches to the OpenBSD crew until he
>has some remaining mixer issues resolved. That was back in March, and
>there's been no movement on this issues since then. Basically, the driver
>works great for me (Audigy1), but adjusting the master and PCM ranges with
>the mixer has no impact on the volume. Adjusting any of the inputs seems
>to work fine.
> Jacob said I was free to do what I wanted with the patches. I was
>initially going to wait till he resolved the mixer issues, but decided the
>best course of action was to at least make others aware that the patches
>exist. If someone else wants to get the mixer working properly, Jacob has
>said he'd be quite happy :-)
> FYI, since this patch is from -CURRENT back in March, it does not
>apply cleanly any more. However, the rejects are fairly straightforward
>and easily fixed. If someone wants to explain to me how I can create a
>unified diff from my source tree (from May 6th) I'll gladly post it here.
> BTW, if this is not the appropriate place for me to post this
>patch, just let me know where to send it.
Can you please send-pr it?