Nearly week ago decided to stop fighting with getting sound working on my new DFI RS482 mainboard and reported bug in Linux bugtracker. After few days and few patches from Dan Carpenter I have sound working. No more atiixp: codec read timeout messages, just working music.

If someone has this problem then here is solution (until it will get resolved finally in mainline):

  1. unpack kernel sources
  2. fetch this patch
  3. build kernel and modules
  4. modprobe snd-atiixp ac97_codec=0
  5. run audio player

Now it is time to wait until this will go into mainline.

Sound is working on DFI RS482
        

4 thoughts on “Sound is working on DFI RS482

  • 22nd November 2006 at 22:32
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    Hi, installed nightly ALSA builds from HG Tree, which included the above mentioned patch. Module now loads successfully, alsamixer runs. I unmuted all channels but hav still no sound on SPDIF. Did you configure anything else to make it working?

  • 22nd November 2006 at 23:13
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    I do not use SPDIF – no hardware which has this connection. My sound output are Logitech X-230 speakers.

  • 26th November 2006 at 17:58
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    Hey, I have the same problem as yours, so I followed the steps get the kernel patch it recompile it and … but I still get no sound I have the same motherboard as you DFI RS482 If you could give me some more details about your installation, that would be really welcome

  • 26th November 2006 at 19:58
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    Tibo: I use 2.6.19-rc6 with last version of patch from that bugreport.

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