Where is the ddk?

Hi, the subject says it all really. Where is the Audio DDK?

There seems to be no point in having this group if the DDK doesn’t exist?

Thanks,
Luke.

Luke A. Guest <laguest@nospam.nebulas.demon.co.uk> wrote:

Hi, the subject says it all really. Where is the Audio DDK?

It hasn’t been made available yet.

There seems to be no point in having this group if the DDK doesn’t exist?

True, but what harm does it do to create the group early.

<pete@qnx.com> wrote in message news:9804fj$hm8$1@nntp.qnx.com

Luke A. Guest <> laguest@nospam.nebulas.demon.co.uk> > wrote:
Hi, the subject says it all really. Where is the Audio DDK?

It hasn’t been made available yet.

Any idea as to when it be made available? I aint got no sound :wink:

There seems to be no point in having this group if the DDK doesn’t
exist?

True, but what harm does it do to create the group early.

Ok… I posted this message and then saw another post asking why it wasn’t
available…I assumed it was meant to be available because I saw this
group - my mind automatically saw the sdk (must’ve dreamed it!).

Luke.

I posted something a while ago on oneof the other groups regardinging the
Opti931 card and somebody replied saying that the docs are a tad unreliable
and that the driver was low down on the list of todo’s.

Would it be possible to get hold of any info on these cards? My Linux setup
specifies it as a MAD16 card.

Thanks,
Luke.

I have an OPTi924 based card and was also attempting to develop a driver
for it. First I used the ALSA package from QUICS but that didn’t turn
out too well. So I decided to put this on hold until the DDK comes out,
and until I get myself a new pentium IV based desktop.

Anyway, during my efforts, I found some info on the OPTi chip (a pdf
file) by “de-referencing” through a few urls. Start at www.opti.com and
work your way from there. And if you have your linux cdroms, the sources
MAD16 (mad16.c) should also be there. That is also a good info source.

good luck,
rick

Luke Guest wrote:

I posted something a while ago on oneof the other groups regardinging the
Opti931 card and somebody replied saying that the docs are a tad unreliable
and that the driver was low down on the list of todo’s.

Would it be possible to get hold of any info on these cards? My Linux setup
specifies it as a MAD16 card.

Thanks,
Luke.

“Rick Lake” <rwlake@SPAM.REDIRECTED.TO.DEV.NULL> wrote in message
news:3AA3EB2A.52BCE1AB@SPAM.REDIRECTED.TO.DEV.NULL

I have an OPTi924 based card and was also attempting to develop a driver
for it. First I used the ALSA package from QUICS but that didn’t turn
out too well. So I decided to put this on hold until the DDK comes out,
and until I get myself a new pentium IV based desktop.

Anyway, during my efforts, I found some info on the OPTi chip (a pdf
file) by “de-referencing” through a few urls. Start at > www.opti.com > and
work your way from there. And if you have your linux cdroms, the sources
MAD16 (mad16.c) should also be there. That is also a good info source.

Yeah, I went the same route and then decided I couldn’t be arsed becuase the
ALSA code is too confusing, plus my card is really old and has no markings
except for the Opti logo, so I’m really not too sure which bloody one it is.

I’ll wait for the ddk and see if I can be arsed then - otherwised and
upgrade will be in order!

Luke.