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[FAQ] Linux: Linux Drivers

Tool/software: Linux

Linux Driver for TAS5766M and TAS5768M

Below is a Linux ALSA driver for TAS5766M and TAS5768M. This driver is kept as simple as possible. Its major purpose is to show how to integrate a header file generated by PPC3.

Linux Driver for TAS5766M and TAS5768M (SmartAmp Mode).zip

If the TAS5766M or TAS5768M device in your system is running in Basic Mode, please refer to the driver below.

Linux Driver for TAS5766M and TAS5768M (Basic Mode).zip

Linux Driver for TAS5756M and TAS5754M

Below is a Linux ALSA driver for TAS5756M.  This driver is kept as simple as possible. Its major purpose is to show how to integrate a header file generated by PPC2.

Linux Driver for TAS5756M.zip

If you would like to know how to generate a header file in PPC2, take a look at the following slides. There is also some quite useful information inside the slides.

How to Generate a Header File in PPC2.pdf

Linux Driver for TAS5782M

Below is a Linux ALSA driver for TAS5782M. This driver is kept as simple as possible. Its major purpose is to show how to integrate a header file generated by PPC3.

Linux Driver for TAS5782M.zip

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