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Old 10-19-2008, 10:26 AM
Philippe Carriere
Default ehci-hcd patch for alsa-driver-1.0.18rc3 snd-usb-us122l module


I guess (and hope) you plan to soon integrate the last alsa-driver-1.0.18rc3 modules. I alerted the alsa devel team (http://mailman.alsa-project.org/pipermail/alsa-devel/2008-October/011349.html) that the usb ehci-hcd module has to patched in order to have snd-usb-us122l module (the driver for the Tascam US-122l, USB 2.0 soundcard) to work. Unfortunately, the corresponding patch is not yet integrated to linux kernel and is not scheduled until 2.6.28 or still later.

>From mid-june 2008, I provided, on my personal website, patched kernel for Fedora 9 (including patched ehci-hcd and part of what became alsa-driver-1.0.18rc3) under 2.6.25 and presently 2.6.26 kernel for support of Tascam US-122L. Now, an official integration in Fedora would be the better way for standart users.

So the first question is: do you plan to integrate alsa-driver-1.0.18rc3 modules and if so, when ?

The next question is: which way you imagine for integrating the ehci-hcd patch ? Directly adding the patch in kernel packaging (as I do) or providing an alternative module (I am not very usual with the method to do so) ?

I enclose the patch I just successly tested with rawhide Fedora 10 beta. Note that this version is almost the same than the one I sent to alsa-devel, essentially fitting exactly the line numbering.



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