ALSA 1.0.29 Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Hardware on 26 February 2015 at 08:03 PM EST. 2 Comments
HARDWARE --
It's been more than a half year since the last ALSA release for improving Linux sound while out today is v1.0.29 of the Advanced Linux Sound Architecture.

Changes with ALSA 1.0.29 include the PCM API now supporting the 32-bit DSD sample format, many bug fixes throughout, a new hdajacksensetest helper in ALSA Tools, and many small changes throughout the ALSA stack.

More details on today's ALSA 1.0.29 release can be found via the ALSA Project Wiki.
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