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RE: USB Audio
> From: email@example.com
> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Darrell Hodge
> Sent: Tuesday, April 20, 2004 4:59 PM
> Our current project requires audio segments to be played. I
> thought the most
> simple method would be to use USB Audio.
> I started with a Logitech Headset on my SUSE desktop and had
> no problems
> getting it to work properly. However, getting it to work on
> my devboard_82
> is a bit more challenging.
> I enable sound and usb audio in the kernel and then made the
> appropriat dsp
> and audio devices in /dev.
> Out of a morbid curousity, I cat'ed a file to /dev/dsp and it
> hung the
The current USB host controller driver does not support isochronous
out traffic (which the USB audio driver use). We have a development
version (nearing completion) of the host controller that adds support
for isoch out traffic. If you're willing to test this version please
mail me off list.