[linux-audio-dev] 2.5.72 + ALSA + jack == happy monkey
robert.jonsson at dataductus.se
Sat Jun 21 16:04:00 UTC 2003
lördagen den 21 juni 2003 09.18 skrev cliffw at easystreet.com:
> Wanted to post a quick success story with the 2.5 kernel series:
> processor VIA C3 Ezra
> cpu MHz : 932.918
> bogomips : 1843.20
> 256MB ram
> Multimedia audio controller: VIA Technologies, Inc. VT8233 AC97 Audio
> Controller (rev 50)
> Debian unstable.
> This is the little VIA mini-itx I use for email, horrible little built-in
> Via audio.
> Built linux-2.5.72 from BK source, installed ALSA 0.9.4 libs+goop,
> built jack 0.71.2 from debian source, also had to recompile alsaplayer
> (from cvs)
> After that, it Just Works.
> As i said, horrible chipset, but with
> jackd --tmpdir=/mnt/ramfs --realtime -P 20 -d alsa -d via82xx:0,0 -p1024
> -n3 -r 32000 -s -zr -P &
> I can stream mp3's from my SLiMP3 server to alsaplayer (text) with no
> dropouts, while running KDE3.2 and typing this email!
> I made a few passes at this machine with 2.4, but i could _not get useable
> audio - overwhelmed by pops and crackles.
Cool that these mini-itx machines actually does work :)
I was wondering, where you refering to 2.4 as in 2.4+ll+(whatever)
and 2.5 was, infact, performing better? *fingers crossed*
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