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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:

/cfs-file/__key/communityserver-discussions-components-files/6/Linux-Driver-for-TAS5766M-and-TAS5768M-_2800_SmartAmp-Mode_2900_.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:

/cfs-file/__key/communityserver-discussions-components-files/6/Linux-Driver-for-TAS5766M-and-TAS5768M-_2800_Basic-Mode_2900_.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:

/cfs-file/__key/communityserver-discussions-components-files/6/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:

/cfs-file/__key/communityserver-discussions-components-files/6/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:

/cfs-file/__key/communityserver-discussions-components-files/6/Linux-Driver-for-TAS5782M.zip

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