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SubjectRe: [Alsa-devel] Re: [2.6 patch] schedule obsolete OSS drivers for removal

Here are the bug id's for the various issues from the ALSA bugtracking

On Tue, 2 Aug 2005, Thorsten Knabe wrote:
> On vanilla Linux and 2.6.13-rc4 modprobe hangs in D-state when
> loading the snd-ad1816a module. No messages have been logged to the syslog
> and the system is otherwise stable. Of course the sound card is unusable.

#1300: modprobe goes into D-state when inserting snd-ad1816a

> Using OSS emulation with one of the VoIP
> phones, playback and recording stop a few seconds after the call is started.
> Using the ALSA interface with kphone works, but there is a continuous
> clicking approximately 3 times per second. Also audio latency is poor
> compared to the OSS driver.

#1301: Kernel OSS emulation stops working after a few seconds when used
with VoIP softphones

#1302: Clicking noise when using kphone with the ALSA AD1816A sound driver

> Also the ALSA driver does not have an equivalent for the "ad1816_clockfreq"
> option of the OSS driver.

#1303: AD1816A sound driver has no parameter to adjust reference clock


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