Re: [Sound] Re: Re: Re: NO Sound: Dell i8100 ES1938??

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What is the difference between a gpio_pin=1 and gpio_pin=8?

I wonder if there would be a performance difference between one over the other?

Thanks again!!!!! :-)


Bill Nottingham wrote:
M L Boggs (spdrmatt1@xxxxxxxxxxxx) said: 
Still only sound via CD-ROM drive?  Probably some easy setup/config 
problem.  Just don't know myself?

As I mentioned, if you're running the 7.x or 8.x errata kernel, the
maestro3 driver is *broken*. You'd need an earlier kernel, or you'd
have to pass 'gpio_pin=1' or 'gpio_pin=8' for it to work.


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