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Old 10-03-2008, 04:18 PM
Adam McDaniel
 
Default Audio support in last Ubuntu Mobile image

On 29/09/08 04:47 AM, Javier Gálvez Guerrero wrote:
> I have been testing the last Ubuntu Mobile image in a Samsung Q1 (non-Ultra,
> just live session) and HDD-installed in an Asus R2E (live session tested as
> well).
>
> Regarding sound, SQ1 has no issues with that, while Asus R2E doesn't play
> any sound at all, neither in files nor testing through Audio configuration
> (tested in both live session and HDD OS).
>
> lspci command shows different results although both are Intel devices. Then,
> as I am not a hardware (nor a software..xD) expert, I post it to the mailing
> list just to ask for some help.

You may have to talk to Alsa directly about the lack of support. I know they've
been working on fine-tuning other Asus devices in 1.0.18rc3, they may already
have support for it in a later build.

I don't actually work for the alsa project, but i've been watching their latest
git repository regarding the eeepc support. I'd be able to tell if support is
available in a later release.

> In SQ1 audio line in lspci: 00:1b.0 Audio device: Intel Corporation
> 82801FB/FBM/FR/FW/FRW (ICH6 Family) High Definition Audio Controller (rev
> 03)
> In AR2 audio line in lspci: 00:1b.0 Audio device: Intel Corporation 82801G
> (ICH7 Family) High Definition Audio Controller (rev 02).

What is the output of "sudo lspci -v -nn | grep -A 7 Audio" on the Asus?

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Old 10-09-2008, 07:31 AM
"Javier Gálvez Guerrero"
 
Default Audio support in last Ubuntu Mobile image

Hi Adam,

Sorry for the delay on the feedback.

2008/10/3 Adam McDaniel <adam@array.org>

On 29/09/08 04:47 AM, Javier Gálvez Guerrero wrote:

> I have been testing the last Ubuntu Mobile image in a Samsung Q1 (non-Ultra,

> just live session) and HDD-installed in an Asus R2E *(live session tested as

> well).

>

> Regarding sound, SQ1 has no issues with that, while Asus R2E doesn't play

> any sound at all, neither in files nor testing through Audio configuration

> (tested in both live session and HDD OS).

>

> lspci command shows different results although both are Intel devices. Then,

> as I am not a hardware (nor a software..xD) expert, I post it to the mailing

> list just to ask for some help.



You may have to talk to Alsa directly about the lack of support. I know they've

been working on fine-tuning other Asus devices in 1.0.18rc3, they may already

have support for it in a later build.



I don't actually work for the alsa project, but i've been watching their latest

git repository regarding the eeepc support. I'd be able to tell if support is

available in a later release.


Then I hope next Ubuntu Mobile releases support this audio device. Moreover, I forgot to say, touchscreen neither works. And what about 3G interface? It is intended to be supported in Ubuntu Mobile out-of-the-box? lsusb recognises it but I haven't tested it (just a matter of curiosity...).

*


> In SQ1 audio line in lspci: 00:1b.0 Audio device: Intel Corporation

> 82801FB/FBM/FR/FW/FRW (ICH6 Family) High Definition Audio Controller (rev

> 03)

> In AR2 audio line in lspci: 00:1b.0 Audio device: Intel Corporation 82801G

> (ICH7 Family) High Definition Audio Controller (rev 02).



What is the output of "sudo lspci -v -nn | grep -A 7 Audio" on the Asus?


In Asus:

~$ sudo lspci -v -nn | grep -A 7 Audio
00:1b.0 Audio device [0403]: Intel Corporation 82801G (ICH7 Family) High Definition Audio Controller [8086:27d8] (rev 02)
*** Subsystem: ASUSTeK Computer Inc. Device [1043:1753]

*** Flags: bus master, fast devsel, latency 0, IRQ 16
*** Memory at fea38000 (64-bit, non-prefetchable) [size=16K]
*** Capabilities: [50] Power Management version 2
*** Capabilities: [60] Message Signalled Interrupts: Mask- 64bit+ Queue=0/0 Enable-

*** Capabilities: [70] Express Root Complex Integrated Endpoint, MSI 00
*** Capabilities: [100] Virtual Channel <?>

Touchscreen device lsusb output:

Bus 001 Device 007: ID 0eef:0001 D-WAV Scientific Co., Ltd eGalax TouchScreen

Device Descriptor:
* bLength*************** 18
* bDescriptorType******** 1
* bcdUSB************** 1.10
* bDeviceClass*********** 0 (Defined at Interface level)
* bDeviceSubClass******** 0
* bDeviceProtocol******** 0

* bMaxPacketSize0******* 64
* idVendor********** 0x0eef D-WAV Scientific Co., Ltd
* idProduct********* 0x0001 eGalax TouchScreen
* bcdDevice*********** 1.00
* iManufacturer********** 1 eGalax Inc.
* iProduct*************** 2 USB TouchController

* iSerial**************** 0
* bNumConfigurations***** 1
* Configuration Descriptor:
*** bLength**************** 9
*** bDescriptorType******** 2
*** wTotalLength********** 34
*** bNumInterfaces********* 1

*** bConfigurationValue**** 1
*** iConfiguration********* 1 eGalax Inc.
*** bmAttributes******** 0xa0
***** (Bus Powered)
***** Remote Wakeup
*** MaxPower************* 100mA
*** Interface Descriptor:

***** bLength**************** 9
***** bDescriptorType******** 4
***** bInterfaceNumber******* 0
***** bAlternateSetting****** 0
***** bNumEndpoints********** 1
***** bInterfaceClass******** 3 Human Interface Device

***** bInterfaceSubClass***** 0 No Subclass
***** bInterfaceProtocol***** 0 None
***** iInterface************* 0
******* HID Device Descriptor:
********* bLength**************** 9
********* bDescriptorType******* 33

********* bcdHID************** 2.10
********* bCountryCode*********** 0 Not supported
********* bNumDescriptors******** 1
********* bDescriptorType******* 34 Report
********* wDescriptorLength**** 178
******** Report Descriptors:

********** ** UNAVAILABLE **
***** Endpoint Descriptor:
******* bLength**************** 7
******* bDescriptorType******** 5
******* bEndpointAddress**** 0x81* EP 1 IN
******* bmAttributes*********** 3
********* Transfer Type*********** Interrupt

********* Synch Type************** None
********* Usage Type************** Data
******* wMaxPacketSize**** 0x0008* 1x 8 bytes
******* bInterval************** 3
Device Status:**** 0x0000
* (Bus Powered)



3G adapter lsusb output:

~$ sudo lsusb -v | grep -A 100 Sierra
Bus 005 Device 002: ID 1199:6812 Sierra Wireless, Inc. MC8775 Device
Device Descriptor:
* bLength*************** 18
* bDescriptorType******** 1

* bcdUSB************** 1.10
* bDeviceClass*********** 0 (Defined at Interface level)
* bDeviceSubClass******** 0
* bDeviceProtocol******** 0
* bMaxPacketSize0******* 64
* idVendor********** 0x1199 Sierra Wireless, Inc.

* idProduct********* 0x6812 MC8775 Device
* bcdDevice*********** 0.02
* iManufacturer********** 1 Sierra Wireless, Incorporated
* iProduct*************** 2 Mini Card
* iSerial**************** 0
* bNumConfigurations***** 1

* Configuration Descriptor:
*** bLength**************** 9
*** bDescriptorType******** 2
*** wTotalLength********** 67
*** bNumInterfaces********* 1
*** bConfigurationValue**** 1
*** iConfiguration********* 0

*** bmAttributes******** 0xa0
***** (Bus Powered)
***** Remote Wakeup
*** MaxPower************* 500mA
*** Interface Descriptor:
***** bLength**************** 9
***** bDescriptorType******** 4
***** bInterfaceNumber******* 0

***** bAlternateSetting****** 0
***** bNumEndpoints********** 7
***** bInterfaceClass****** 255 Vendor Specific Class
***** bInterfaceSubClass*** 255 Vendor Specific Subclass
***** bInterfaceProtocol*** 255 Vendor Specific Protocol

***** iInterface************* 3 Data Interface
***** Endpoint Descriptor:
******* bLength**************** 7
******* bDescriptorType******** 5
******* bEndpointAddress**** 0x81* EP 1 IN
******* bmAttributes*********** 3

********* Transfer Type*********** Interrupt
********* Synch Type************** None
********* Usage Type************** Data
******* wMaxPacketSize**** 0x0010* 1x 16 bytes
******* bInterval************ 128

***** Endpoint Descriptor:
******* bLength**************** 7
******* bDescriptorType******** 5
******* bEndpointAddress**** 0x82* EP 2 IN
******* bmAttributes*********** 2
********* Transfer Type*********** Bulk

********* Synch Type************** None
********* Usage Type************** Data
******* wMaxPacketSize**** 0x0040* 1x 64 bytes
******* bInterval************** 0
***** Endpoint Descriptor:
******* bLength**************** 7

******* bDescriptorType******** 5
******* bEndpointAddress**** 0x02* EP 2 OUT
******* bmAttributes*********** 2
********* Transfer Type*********** Bulk
********* Synch Type************** None
********* Usage Type************** Data

******* wMaxPacketSize**** 0x0040* 1x 64 bytes
******* bInterval************** 0
***** Endpoint Descriptor:
******* bLength**************** 7
******* bDescriptorType******** 5
******* bEndpointAddress**** 0x84* EP 4 IN

******* bmAttributes*********** 2
********* Transfer Type*********** Bulk
********* Synch Type************** None
********* Usage Type************** Data
******* wMaxPacketSize**** 0x0040* 1x 64 bytes
******* bInterval************** 0

***** Endpoint Descriptor:
******* bLength**************** 7
******* bDescriptorType******** 5
******* bEndpointAddress**** 0x04* EP 4 OUT
******* bmAttributes*********** 2
********* Transfer Type*********** Bulk

********* Synch Type************** None
********* Usage Type************** Data
******* wMaxPacketSize**** 0x0040* 1x 64 bytes
******* bInterval************** 0
***** Endpoint Descriptor:
******* bLength**************** 7

******* bDescriptorType******** 5
******* bEndpointAddress**** 0x85* EP 5 IN
******* bmAttributes*********** 2
********* Transfer Type*********** Bulk
********* Synch Type************** None
********* Usage Type************** Data

******* wMaxPacketSize**** 0x0040* 1x 64 bytes
******* bInterval************** 0
***** Endpoint Descriptor:
******* bLength**************** 7
******* bDescriptorType******** 5
******* bEndpointAddress**** 0x05* EP 5 OUT

******* bmAttributes*********** 2
********* Transfer Type*********** Bulk
********* Synch Type************** None
********* Usage Type************** Data
******* wMaxPacketSize**** 0x0040* 1x 64 bytes
******* bInterval************** 0

Device Status:**** 0x0000
* (Bus Powered)


Hope this helps. Any help is much appreciated.


Best regards,
Javi

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Old 10-09-2008, 11:15 AM
Oliver Grawert
 
Default Audio support in last Ubuntu Mobile image

hi,
Am Donnerstag, den 09.10.2008, 09:31 +0200 schrieb Javier Gálvez
Guerrero:

> Touchscreen device lsusb output:
> iManufacturer 1 eGalax Inc.

i'm working on that, eGalax is essentially supported by that image but i
need to make some adjustments to the hal .fdi file for proer detection
of yours, teh final release shoult at least give you proper touchscreen
support ...

ciao
oli
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