[OpenIndiana-discuss] usb audio
Udo Grabowski (IMK)
udo.grabowski at kit.edu
Wed Oct 17 20:16:55 UTC 2012
On 10/17/12 04:58 PM, Andrey N. Oktyabrski wrote:
> On 17.10.12 00:15, Udo Grabowski (IMK) wrote:
>> But these drivers will only work (and load automatically) if
>> the device complies to the USB audio class specification, which
>> should be seen in prtconf -v as either usbif,class1.1 or
>> usbif,class1.2 for your device. If not, you need a proprietary
>> driver for that specific gadget.
> Do you mean this string?
> value='usbif1852,8005.1.config1.0' + 'usbif1852,8005.config1.0' +
> 'usbif1852,class3.0.0' + 'usbif1852,class3.0' + 'usbif1852,class3' +
> 'usbif,class3.0.0' + 'usbif,class3.0' + 'usbif,class3'
> So this device will not work with OI. No luck...
> Anyway, thank you.
Uhm, class3 is just Human Interface Device class, without
specifics. You could just try to bind these to the usb_ac/_as
as a wild guess via /etc/driver_aliases:
usb_ac "usbif1852,8005.1.config1.0" or "usbif1852,8005.config1.0"
then plug and pray....But devices proprely designed for the USB
audio class would give class1.1 and 1.2, so I don't expect that
that will work. Usually, you have to bind it to the ugen driver,
which gives you a raw interface, for which you then could
implement a "userland" driver, but I don't think it's worth the
effort given the low prices of such devices. I had the same
experience with a Logitech Cam (which usually have their own
propriary drivers), and I just dumped that for a cheaper Trust Cam
with a standard USB Video Class interface, which is just plug and
play in Openindiana and works.
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