DJ_Steve seeking help with ALSA on Dell Streak

Alsa-logo If you recognize that logo, then you're already a step ahead of me and you might be able to help out Dell Streak dev extraordinaire DJ_Steve.

The man behind all of the custom ROMs available for our 5-inch Android tablets is looking for Linux gurus who can help him in "setting up ALSA configs and testing them on the Streak."

Other than that ALSA stands for Advanced Linux Sound Architecture, which I only know because of the AlsaProject's wiki, I know absolutely nothing about this. DJ_Steve said he's "more than a little confused" on how to get it working on the Streak and since I wouldn't know which hand to lend him even if someone drew me a diagram, we were hoping that some StreakSmart readers could help out.

It's the least we could do for the fellow who does so much for all of us.

Anyone?

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