Have an Dell Inspiron 3700, with a Maestro 2 sound chip, which
Linux picks up grand, recently got an Inspiron 3800, with a Maestro 3
chip, swapped over my HDD (my 3700 PCMCIA slots are bummed need to send it
back to Dell), and the Linux maestro driver don't like the chipset...
Anyone gotten this to work before I do a propoer search for it?
David Airlie, Software Engineer
Parthus Technologies plc., Mary Rosse Centre, National Tech Park, Limerick.
t: +353-61-508116 / f: +353-61-508101 / David.Airlie at parthus.com
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