Originally Posted by jrohwer
Can't seem to get this to work. I compiled the kernel (18.104.22.168) with rdnetto's patch (using codesourcery cross compiler) and the default tf101_gnulinux_defconfig. The compile went without errors, and the kernel boots fine. But in Ubuntu there is still no sound form the speakers.
dmesg keeps giving me message like:
[ 1032.363869] HEADSET: No headset plug-in
[ 1032.363882] Headset disconnected, enable internal Mic(DMIC)
syslog has similar entries
Apr 26 16:31:45 jr-tf101 kernel: [ 1032.653947] HEADSET: No headset plug-in
Apr 26 16:31:45 jr-tf101 kernel: [ 1032.653962] Headset disconnected, enable internal Mic(DMIC)
Interestingly the internal mic DOES work, and I can record my voice with Sound Recorder. Only the playback doesn't work. Have tried all the sound settings in gnome-control-center. It picks up the tegra device but when I try to test the speakers, nothing.
Any pointers? I'd really like to get this working, means I could use my TF as a replacement laptop when travelling....
BTW this is the kernel without HW acceleration.
I assume you're using the kernel from lilstevie's git.
Have you tried running alsamixer? IIRC, something was disabled by default in it - we discussed it earlier in that thread.
Admittedly, I used KDE and never tested it under Gnome, but that shouldn't be relevant. (Don't know which DE Braernoch used.)