On 12.01.2009 22:26, Eric Sandeen wrote:
Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
> On 12.01.2009 11:01, Matthew Garrett wrote:
>> On Sun, Jan 11, 2009 at 08:31:01AM -0600, Eric Sandeen wrote:
>>> (thanks to Thorsten Leemhuis for those pointers) it's no longer
>> It may no longer be functionally experimental, but does it still lead to
>> popping on some hardware when the codec's powered up?
> Sure, that's the big question. But isn't now the best time to simply
> give it a try in rawhide as F11 is still a few month away?
Is there any reason to think that it has been fixed? [...]
I'm not that close to alsa development to tell; maybe someone else on
this list is?
But I tend to think the "it mature now" statements in the two commits
that removed the experimental bit in 2.6.29-rc are a strong hint that
they improved it after we tried it (which was soon after it was merged).
I asked only because I was trying to make my mythbox power-efficient
noticed it was off; I can let the folks who've actually followed the
issue make the change if appropriate, but wanted to bring it up at least.
And I would like the power management features on my machines to just