I would like to compile the realtime kernel for raspberry pi (https://github.com/emlid/linux-rt-rpi) and want to use the pi with a soundcard - the tascam us122l.
The problem that I have is the compilation of the us122l module requires X86 to be selected, although I suspect that this is a kernel fudge, in that I know the code of the driver and it is no different from any of the other soundcard drivers from snd_usb*. I am going to ask the alsa dev team but I want to compile the kernel now.
Is there any way to edit the kernel source scripts to change the requirements for this module?
│ Symbol: SND_USB_US122L [=n]
|Type : tristate │
│ Prompt: Tascam US-122L USB driver │
│ Location: │
│ -> Device Drivers │
│ -> Sound card support (SOUND [=y]) │
│ -> Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (SND [=m]) │
│ (1) -> USB sound devices (SND_USB [=y]) │
│ Defined at sound/usb/Kconfig:92 │
│ Depends on: SOUND [=y] && !M68K && !UML && SND [=m] && SND_USB [=y] && USB [=y] && X86 --- Here is the problem
│ Selects: SND_HWDEP [=m] && SND_RAWMIDI [=m]