Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 13727
RH 7.0 beta 3 and CS 4614
Last modified: 2008-05-01 11:37:56 EDT
Dell Precision 420 and 620
Recognized CS4614 audio chipset using sndconfig but not support.
*** Bug 13728 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
This defect is considered MUST-FIX for Winston Beta-5
This is not a sndconfig problem; this is a kernel problem.
This defect has been re-classified as MUST-FIX for Winston Gold-release
*Beta 4 did not fix the problem.
This defect is considered MUST-FIX for Winston Release-Candidate #1
Sorry for the priority/deadline changes -- getting the process right.
This should be fixed in beta5; if not, please re-open.
Please re-open works partially in beta 5 only in GNOME and KDE if ran from
command line audio is very distorted.
Vendor ID 1013
Device ID 6003
There are a couple of obvious bugs in cs46xx that would trip up some
applications. Please try
the attached patch. This might also fix your sox traces Bill.
Created attachment 1738 [details]
This fixes it in that sox (correctly) complains that it can't set it to 8-bit.
16-bit mono still seems broken however (sox assumes the card can do this, it
doesn't look like it can.)
2.2.17pre14->15 patch did not fix the problem. works partially in beta 5, only
in GNOME and KDE if ran from the command line audio is very distorted.
I'll try and tackle this one tomorrow Bill. If I fail then I'll send you a diff
that pulls mono support
[claiming the bug too]
Sent Bill several updates. It seems pretty happy here now. Please check the new
RPM when it appears an re-open the bug if its not sorted out
*** Bug 14936 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
We are still having audio problems i810, i815 chipset.
RC2) From the command prompt wav files will only play for about a sec and
then quit example yahoo.wav, splat.wav, it works fine from Xwindows. Cd audio
works fine. Mmap sounds choppy .
I updated the 2.2.17pre20 code to hopefully fix the 'click' and cut off
problems. mmap is still a research project for 2.2.18
Closing this; 46xx works both in 2.2.17-8 and the current 2.4.0 sources.