Linux 6.8 Brings More Sound Hardware Support For Intel & AMD, Including The Steam Deck
Waiting for pulling into the mainline kernel once Linus Torvalds is back online following Portland’s winter storms is the sound subsystem updates for Linux 6.8, which include a lot of new sound hardware support.
Linux sound subsystem maintainer Takashi Iwai at SUSE describes the new sound hardware support for Linux 6.8 as:
“Support for more AMD and Intel systems, NXP i.MX8m MICFIL, Qualcomm SM8250, SM8550, SM8650 and X1E80100”
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