Maestro3 mic level low

Maestro3 mic level low

Post by Niko » Thu, 26 Jun 2003 17:06:42

Hi all,

I'm running RedHat 9 right now on my Omnibook 6000 it has a Maestro
soundcard in it an it works fine for playback etc. Also, the mic is
working; it's just that the 20db mic boost bit is not set in the module
that was build from maestro3.c. My problem is that I don't know how to fix
that and how to fix the code and how to build the hacked module.

Any suggestions are very welcome.




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