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Many ION boards exhibit problems when trying to play sound through HDMI. They usually require a custom ALSA configuration.
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{{Note|Audio over HDMI is designated by <tt>S/PDIF 1</tt> channel in <tt>alsamixer</tt>. You will need to unmute that channel in addition to configuring {{filename|/etc/asound.conf}}.}}
  
 
Also, please note that audio over HDMI currently only works in an '''X''' session (graphical environment). If you are trying to get the sound to work when running on a virtual terminal, it won't work. Please see [https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?pid=858686#p858686 this post] on the Arch Forums.
 
Also, please note that audio over HDMI currently only works in an '''X''' session (graphical environment). If you are trying to get the sound to work when running on a virtual terminal, it won't work. Please see [https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?pid=858686#p858686 this post] on the Arch Forums.

Revision as of 20:55, 12 January 2011

ASUS AT3IONT-I

This page describes the step necessary to get all of the features of the ASUS AT3IONT-I [Deluxe] working correctly. It assumes you already successfully installed Arch Linux and installed the basic software (Alsa for audio, wireless_tools and wpa_supplicant packages for wireless in the Deluxe edition, etc.)

Audio over HDMI

Many ION boards exhibit problems when trying to play sound through HDMI. They usually require a custom ALSA configuration via Template:Filename (or, alternatively, on a per-user basis via Template:Filename).

Template:File

Note: Audio over HDMI is designated by S/PDIF 1 channel in alsamixer. You will need to unmute that channel in addition to configuring Template:Filename.

Also, please note that audio over HDMI currently only works in an X session (graphical environment). If you are trying to get the sound to work when running on a virtual terminal, it won't work. Please see this post on the Arch Forums.

Tip: Please also see ALSA for more information

Deluxe Edition

The deluxe edition comes with a few extra goodies, such as DC power on-board, mini-PCI WiFi, RCA stereo output, on-board Blutooth, and an included IR Remote.

Remote

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1458300 (Archify(tm) from Ubuntu procedures. Maybe create AUR package.)

Bluetooth

The Bluetooth chip is an Atheros with a device ID of 0cf3:3002. It uses the ath3k driver which has been included in the kernel since ~2.6.33 and works out of the box with the default Arch kernel.

Tip: Please see Bluetooth for more information.

Wireless

The wireless chipset is an Atheros AR9285. Template:Command It uses the ath9k driver, which has been included in the default kernel since 2.6.27. In other words, udev should load the driver without problems -- there should be no extra configuration to get wireless working on the ASUS AT3IONT-I.

Tip: Please see Wireless_Setup#ath9k for more information

RCA Jacks

Untested.