Ok - I see.
The problem is, that you are in a directory with a colon.
Please rename it.
What are the commands that you use for compilation?Sniper435 wrote: Makefile:114: *** multiple target patterns. Stop.
Sounds good. Only to be sure: Do you have measured the frequencies? The error you described happened to me every now and then, but each time it was a wrong external clock.steveha wrote:I am using TCXO 11.2896MHZ with binary counter to generate the requied LRCK 44.1KHz( Fs ) and BCK 2.8224MHz( 64Fs ).
I know - there is a bug in the DMA engine code, but this has nothing to do with your problem.steveha wrote:Last part of System Log ...
As far as I know, the TDA1541A does not support creating the I2S clocks. Do you have an external clock generator?steveha wrote:Driver is sndrpitda1541a [snd_rpi_tda1541a]
Which audio codec do you use? And which driver?steveha wrote:Just completed my first test on I2S slave
Actually that is possiblekoalo wrote:CPLD ISP programming by the Raspberry Pi would be cool
That sounds really interesting. What are you trying to do and why?duxedo wrote:Actually you can deduce PCM_FS signal with FPGA....
Not so fastMeyas wrote:So I think I should solder a TDA1541a DAC.
I don't know the difference, but I am quite sure that it works, because I use the I2S standard - I never heard about "Japanese input format".0xFF wrote:I just received TDA1543 (without "A") and want to be sure if it will works with current driver.
I already created issues for that:steveha wrote:Is it possible to set up a prototype to operates at 32 bit 64fs mode and without any resamplying ?