[hsflinux] HDA modem ComCtrlOpen failed (2049), hsfconfig doesn't see modem
Linuxant Support (Jonathan)
support at linuxant.com
Sun Jul 4 13:40:19 EDT 2010
you were using the right audio device I was writing about.
Just to make sure it's not your custom setup that have a negative impact
on the HSF driver, you could try with a stock installation of a common
Linux distribution, such as Ubuntu 10.04, to see if the driver works in
that setup. With that information, it will help narrow down the source
of the problem.
There are no debug options for the HSF driver to get more debugging
messages. The message "ComCtrlOpen failed (2049)" is likely setup
problem at the hardware abstraction level, which is the HDA bus
driver/codec in your setup and this part is open source code in the
Technical specialist / Linuxant
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Justin J. Snelgrove wrote:
> On 2010-06-29 20:16, Linuxant Support (Jonathan) wrote:
>> you should try with alsa-driver-linuxant or the patch both available at:
>> to see if there's a difference. We can also see a sound device attached
>> to the HDA bus of your system, does it work correctly?
> Sorry, I seem to have forgotten to mention that I'm already using the
> patched alsa-driver package. I'm running alsa-driver-1.0.23, including
> the 1.0.23-1 Conexant patch from that URL. I've enabled the hda-intel
> module and little else (just the hrtimer, hpet, and rtctimer modules).
> All the codec modules are built, and the appropriate ones are loaded at
> boot. Sound input/output works just fine.
> The sound device attached to the HDA bus -- are you referring to the
> "Ibex Peak High Definition Audio" device listed in lspci? If yes, then
> that audio device works in every way I've tested it, including the
> internal speakers, internal microphone, 3.5mm headphone jack, and the
> dock-connected speakers. I haven't tested the "HDMI" codec/output (I
> think that's actually the DisplayPort on the docking station), or the
> 3.5mm microphone jack, but have no reason to doubt them. It should also
> be the device the modem is attached to.
> If that's not the device you're referring to, I'm afraid you'll have to
> clarify. I'm not aware of any other HDA device in this laptop.
> If someone has a kernel config for 2.6.34 (or 2.6.32 at a minimum --
> anything lower lacks the drivers/filesystem options I need to even boot
> properly) that is known to work with an hda-intel-based hsfmodem, that
> may help to eliminate my kernel config as a variable -- though I haven't
> received any warnings from alsa-driver or hsfmodem about missing or
> incorrect config options (not since it asked me to turn on serial
> support when initially installing, which I happily did for it).
> Possibly relevant -- I also occasionally get a string of warnings (~15)
>> cnxthsf_780020x86_64full_DcpDestroy: units still active, waiting..
> These *seem* harmless, though, and only occur when (re)loading the
> modules after boot (but *not* always, even then). They're immediately
> followed by the two errors I first noted, starting with the ComCtrlOpen
> failed error.
> Are there any more details you can give about the "ComCtrlOpen failed
> (2049)" error that may help me narrow down possibilities on my end? Or
> are there any debug options which could yield more useful information?
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