batzman-lau at all-electric.com
Mon Nov 22 23:10:28 UTC 2010
I know this is unlikely but I thought I'd better ask before I
dismiss this notion too lightly. But has anyone managed to get any
creamware DSP platforms working with ALSA?
I've got a couple of old Creamware cards. A scope fusion and pulsar if
memory serves. Between them there are 9 SHARC DSPs. Which would be very
nice should they be able to be pressed into service under linux.
I don't suspect so. Even under windows these things are locked down and
locked out. I can find a lot of chatter about this but nothing conclusive.
I even recall someone talking about running csound on one of these things
many years ago. So I thought I'd tentatively ask just in case I'm missing
Thanks in advance.
Be absolutely icebox.
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