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Re: [linrad] RE: Anyone success in ALSA driver for Delta 44?
There are some control scripts during boot/shudown.
One of them is 'alsactl [store|restore]' which stores/restore current settings
in /etc/asound.state. (At least in my latest Debian)
Getting into more hazy . . .
At 23:26 03/02/22 +0900, JR1EDE wrote:
>Here is what I can do for the moment today at least.
>At 12:57 03/02/22 +0100, you wrote:
>>We did the same. But if you run any sound application,
>>then look once more, the value is restored to 48000. That
>>is what we found out. I have no idea what is going on :-(
>I didn't try to run other sound application but it looks you are right, see
>>ALSA is supposed to save it's settings somewhere. Try to set 96000,
>>then reboot and see what speed the system comes up with. One way
>>or another it should be possible to have 96000 as the boot speed.
>>Once that works I would guess the speed will stay at 96000 when
>>Linrad is started.
>Yes, I agree that ALSA is supposed to save it's settings somewhere.
>I have just tried to set 96000 then rebooted but the speed is 48000.
>I could even use OSS's 'savemixer' but no joy.
>ALSA people forgot to work for sampling rate rather than default 48000 :-)
>I think this was caused by the init sequence of alsa during the boot.
>I will let alsa not come up in boot sequence and see what happens.
>Maybe the result will be tomorrow....
>One more thing to remind:
>There is "numid=41" options in "amixer" which seems to be the value for
>EEPROM of the card.
> ; type=BYTES,access=r----,values=32
>I'm afraid it's a bit dangerous command, I don't know.
>Good night for now,
>Kohjin - JR1EDE
Kohjin Yamada - JR1EDE