[Linux] HDMI audio with nouveau driver and 3.5 kernel - Printable Version
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HDMI audio with nouveau driver and 3.5 kernel - eric_cooper - 2012-08-04 01:28
I'm running xbmc on Debian wheezy on an Asus Aspire Revo 1600. I'm using the nouveau driver, not the proprietary NVidia driver, so until now I've been connecting the headphone audio output to my TV and just using HDMI for video. But recent Linux kernels now support HDMI audio with the nouveau driver, so I decided to try it.
I installed a Linux 3.5 kernel and I can now play audio via HDMI from the command line. For example, this works fine:
The device this uses is /dev/snd/pcmC0D3p:
What I should do next?
RE: HDMI audio with nouveau driver and 3.5 kernel - eric_cooper - 2012-08-04 03:21
Naturally, right after posting this I was able to get it to work. I used the following /etc/asound.conf file: