Am Freitag, 8. Januar 2016, 17:26:18 schrieb Caesar Wang:
å 2016å01æ07æ 18:05, Heiko Stuebner åé:looking at the rt5616 datasheet, that would be BCLK1 instead I think. This
Am Donnerstag, 7. Januar 2016, 16:25:47 schrieb Caesar Wang:You are right, that's seem has to find the root cause.
SCLk_I2S_OUT is the noc bus clock for i2s module, this clock is used byWhat makes you think it shouldn't belong to any driver?
Due to it shouldn't belong to any driver, but we need it enabled,
so just mark it as the CLK_IGNORE_UNUSED flag.
In most schematics I have, i2s_clkout is going to some clock-input of
audio codec - probably the MCLK input on your rt5616. And while the new
rt5616 driver does not seem to do clock handling, it should just handle
the clock using the normal APIs.
I'm wonder that the codec/i2s is working in kernel v4.1 patch without it.
In general, the MLCK will be handled in i2s driver if the cpu side is
one does differentiate between being master/slave.
The master/sysclk (mclk) is also handled in other drivers in all cases.
(da7213.c, da7219.c, max98090.c, max98095.c, probably more)
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