[Bug 262579] Framework Laptop: headset/mic input issues

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Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 18:29:56 UTC

--- Comment #9 from Jonathan Vasquez <jon@xyinn.org> ---
So when I tested the /dev/dsp* devices before, it listed only 0.0, 0.1, 1.0,
and 2.0. After a reboot, it lists 0.0, 1.0, 2.0, and 3.0. So it seems the
numbers may be changing. Either way, at this enumeration, I was able to hear
the beep at 3.0. I may have incorrectly omitted the "-d" flag before but not
sure given the enumeration change.

jon@leslie:~ $ ls /dev/ds*
/dev/dsp0.0     /dev/dsp1.0     /dev/dsp2.0     /dev/dsp3.0

jon@leslie:~ $ beep -d /dev/dsp0.0  <-- main speakers

jon@leslie:~ $ beep -d /dev/dsp1.0  <-- failed (not sure what device this is)
beep: Failed to open '/dev/dsp1.0'

jon@leslie:~ $ beep -d /dev/dsp2.0  <-- I didn't hear any particular sound but
I'm wondering if this is actually the 3.5mm jack.

jon@leslie:~ $ beep -d /dev/dsp3.0  <-- Headset over USB (worked)

Regarding 'pindump':

Regardless of whether it was plugged in or not (via USB Adapter), or even if it
was just the 3.5 mm jack directly, 'sysctl dev.hdac.0.pindump' always just

dev.hdac.0.pindump: 0

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