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  • Realtek ALC299/ALC1220 Support, Intel Audio Updates In Linux 4.11

    Phoronix: Realtek ALC299/ALC1220 Support, Intel Audio Updates In Linux 4.11

    Takashi Iwai has submitted the sound subsystem updates for the Linux 4.11 kernel with most of that work happening in the audio driver space...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...-Sound-Updates

  • #2
    Aww geez I didn't realize this support was not already in place. A bunch of Ryzen motherboards use these chips, too. Fortunately I have other sound devices and don't need onboard though.

    I mean, I usually compile kernels for myself anyway but it can be annoying switching to a new kernel too soon because then it'll break compatibility with stuff like ZFS, Virtualbox, VMWare etc.

    And Fedora 26 is aiming for 4.10 so come November that release may not even have working audio out of the box on these motherboards.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Holograph View Post

      And Fedora 26 is aiming for 4.10 so come November that release may not even have working audio out of the box on these motherboards.
      No, it's aiming for 4.11. Will have an article about it shortly, it was reiterated just the other day.
      Michael Larabel
      http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Michael View Post

        No, it's aiming for 4.11. Will have an article about it shortly, it was reiterated just the other day.
        Oh, ok, thanks for the update. Well, that's decent news then.

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        • #5
          what about alc888?

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          • #6
            Yeah I was also going to comment on the Ryzen motherboards.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Holograph View Post
              I mean, I usually compile kernels for myself anyway but it can be annoying switching to a new kernel too soon because then it'll break compatibility with stuff like ZFS, Virtualbox, VMWare etc.
              you could stop compiling kernels and stop using proprietary shit to greatly increase your productivity

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              • #8
                What's new in Realtek ALC1220?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Azrael5 View Post
                  what about alc888?
                  Quite ancient, it has been supported for about 10 years now.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by eydee View Post

                    Quite ancient, it has been supported for about 10 years now.
                    thanks for reply. what about creative xtreme gamer fatal1ty on 64bit linux operating systems?

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