Coffea wrote:I don't need the entire analog I/O board, wouldn't fit in my intended case anyway ... so I just built the audio part from the (easier to read) 5.2 schematic
You would need to fool the core into thinking that the analog board is connected. At the minimum ground GPIO1 pin 10 by connecting it to pin 12. Please check (and double check) the schematics
to be sure you know exactly what you are doing !!!
Be aware that the core would then drive all the signals that normally output to the analog I/O board, such as the VGA signals. That is not a big problem as long as nothing is connected
. Make sure you don't connect anything incompatible or you might damage the board.
Btw, just for curiosity, why do you use analog audio with digital video?
hex wrote:Does 0.17 work with 128MB?
It should. I don't have a 128MB SDRAM board to test actually test it, but support for the newer SDRAM boards was implemented already in a an earlier version.