[linux-audio-user] snd-hdsp+cardbus=distortion -- the
sagacontinues (cardbus driver=culprit?) UPDATE: 99.9% sure it is the
cardbus driver yenta_socket
TimBlechmann at gmx.net
Tue Mar 30 17:45:28 BST 2004
> Neither do I. From what you're describing, if it were the cardbus
> bridge, we'd be seeing the same effects from cardbus network cards
> as well.
i'm using a wlan card without any problems ... but it's a pcmcia card,
not a cardbus ... i don't know, if there is any difference...
> As I say, what needs to happen is that the driver author needs to
> work out what is happening from his drivers point of view, and from
> the hardware point of view.
i forwarded this mail to him ... i hope he'll join this discussion,
> Alternatively, if 2.4 works and 2.6 doesn't, we need a user with the
> card to do a binary-search across the 2.5 kernel versions to locate
> where it stopped working. That might give us some extra information
> to help track down the problem.
i thought of this, but neither 2.4 nor 2.6 was working ... so my
question to you:
i heard that the pcmcia interface has been rewritten ... but are there
parts that remain the same?
> However, please don't expect linux-pcmcia to magically produce a fix
> for some hardware and a driver we know very little about.
sure ... i'm working on that :-)
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