[ltp] CS4232 driver in 2.4.17

Rob Mayoff linux-thinkpad@www.bm-soft.com
16 Feb 2002 13:07:49 -0600

+---------- On Feb 16, Peter Hutnick said:
> Seems weird that cs4232, which is "stable" relies on ad1848, which is only
> available under "prompt for development drivers."

I guess what I said was misleading.  You don't have to enable ad1848 (or
uart401).  You just enable "Crystal CS4232 based (PnP) cards".  I also
have "Persistent DMA buffers" turned on.  You don't have to enable any
other sound modules.

> Okay, here's a question for you . . . what options do you give for ad1816?

None.  Note that ad1816 != ad1848.  If you meant ad1848, then the answer
is still "none"; you don't have to explicitly load or configure it.

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