There is no official driver and who ever mocking drivers does not submitting them for acceptance into the Linux kernel!
So for this reason we are not able to use any latest version of the OS distribution (moOde/Volumio or such).
I see this as a big problem and I see this HW is not going to be very popular and eventually die. And pretty quick.
Now I regret I have bought it Wish I have kept my old RaspDAC V3 ES9023 kit
Is there anything that can be done from Audiophonics side to support this? @Nicko @Audiophonics
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Source of the driver are available, and it can be compiled on any kernel. But yes it's not the most convenient way.
We are supporting this driver for more than 2 years now, and should keep it for a long time, as it was made to be "standard" to be used for future boards.
At the same time we are considering to submit it for kernel integration, but nothing sure for now.
As I told you I will try to follow Moode Audio versions in the future, offering pre-configured images.
Even is the ES9023 is a good DAC audio performances of this board are better, so you should not have regrets.
Most of the systems are updated very regularly (like moOde have been updated twice since!) and vendors are usually falling well behind
Is there any chance that someone can build driver for this new releases please?
Not ready yet, but should be ready soon. I will let you know as soon is out.
Is there any chance you can direct me to place where I can find how to do it myself? Or would you be able to guide me?
If this would be something I can do I can do it every time moOde updates and I can help you to maintain all the updates