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VoodooHDA

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Updated topic and link for reference: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/285266-voodoohda-with-fix-for-random-kp/

 

VoodooHDA is an open source audio driver for devices compliant with the Intel High Definition Audio (HDA) specification, based primarily on code from the FreeBSD hdac driver. It is intended as an Intel-only replacement for AppleHDA on Mac OS X with support for a wide range of audio controllers and codecs.

 

feedback, download & discussion:

http://forum.voodooprojects.org/index.php#5

 

Several members of the Voodoo team are now actively working on the project - if you would like to help feel free to visit the above links and contact the developers. For any announcements and new releases or to report bugs check out the Voodoo Projects forums. Sources are available from the Subversion repository at Google Code (for instructions click the "Source" tab on the project site).

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whoa! ive been waiting for this forever!! thanks.

 

just one question - does it support IDT?

 

i am a noob at compiling this and getting it to work...can anyone help me to get that done? thanks.

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grippa:

 

1. download voodoohda source

1.install xcode

2. in terminal, change directory where voodoohda files are located.

3. type: sudo helper.sh

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Thanks!!

 

Tested on ALC889a and sigmatel 9200: the driver works without issues, according limitations explained in the readme.

 

Very good work already made.

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How do you download the voodoohda source? I dont see anything on the site.

 

I second that, I can't even download the source code files.

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You have to check the source out via svn. Follow the directions under the source tab on the website.Once downloaded cd to that directory and type sudo ./helper.sh build

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Very nice !!!

 

The first time that the jack sensing is working in my mobo, the only quirk is the unsuported mute function. Do you think will be difficult to implement for a novice ?

 

Thanks for your work

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Okay this is what Im doing, tell me if it is wrong. I go to sources on that page and copy the code

svn checkout http://voodoohda.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ voodoohda-read-only

and paste it in terminal. Hit enter and it lists a bunch of files and finishes saying "Checked out Revision 2." Is that all I have to do to download the source file? If it is, it doesn't even give a location to where they were downloaded. If not can I download manually through the site, I found the list of files.

 

Sorry for the newbie questions.

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Okay. I upload this for those who dont have xcode to build.

 

And confirmation from my laptop specs at my sign. It works!

 

I can't believe this. FINALLYYYYY !!!!

 

Only keyboard & mouse have to fix

 

That's awesome! do we have to remove HDAenabler? Thanks

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That's awesome! do we have to remove HDAenabler? Thanks

 

 

No, you dont have to remove it.

But you have to remove Azalia.

This is damn cool. Now I can bring my laptop to school. Haha

Right after I hit "helper.sh load", I heard something like "bub" at the speaker.

AAAAAAAAA

AHAHAHAHA

 

Sorry, just over excited.

 

This is not a release so I cannot post it at "New Releases and Updates" right?

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Awesome. This works on the HP MINI 1000!

Just had to remove the AppleHDA kext before installing the Voodoo one. And it works! At long last.. thank you.

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I can officially say this works on the MSI Wind too. Its nice to have Internal Speakers to Headphones automatically without a switching program. Thanks for all the work put into this program.

 

PS I havent tested the internal mic, since I dont really use it and dont know what I should test it with.

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You need to adjust Recording level in pref pane.

 

I did it and still don't work anymore, oh well, I went back to HDAenabler. I need the microphone because I use a lot Skype.

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Ok on my Wind Mic is not working either... but audio OUT with ou without headphones works fine now !

Hope that the mic problem will be solved, ll be awesome !

 

Great works, thx !

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In the MSI Wind U-100 the volume control doesn't work, even in mute the audio is at 100% volume, do you think compiling it my self instead of using the downloaded one would make a difference?

 

Thank you Voodoo team!

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Nice to see this out! It's partially working here on a CMI9880. Output works, but no input device is detected. Also, the volume slider in the menu bar doesn't work. If you slide all the way down it mutes, otherwise it's full volume.

 

Considering this looks to be a pain of a codec, it's good to see it working at all :(

 

I used the precompiled kext as I didn't want to download a 1gb xcode update just to compile a kext.

 

http://img8.imageshack.us/img8/6565/picture1ejq.png

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Hello,

I've just tested it and the only thing that doesn't work is Pin Sense. I've seen it is supposed supported so I attached a codec dump if needed. Jack detection works under linux but always caused trouble with AppleHDA.kext (lots of message at boot time).

 

Other less important thing : SRS iWow makes iTunes crash if enabled since I installed it.

 

Thank you very much!

lebidou_hda_codec.txt

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grippa:

 

1. download voodoohda source

1.install xcode

2. in terminal, change directory where voodoohda files are located.

3. type: sudo helper.sh

 

thanks mate :) got it to work

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