[LAU] Hello and configuring audio

Patrick Shirkey pshirkey at boosthardware.com
Tue Jan 8 05:55:39 EST 2008

On Tue, 2008-01-08 at 11:45 +0100, M-.-n wrote:
> Hi there,
> I guess I'll first start with a little introduction... My name is Marc 
> and I'm developping a small tracker targetted to the GP2x. It's based 
> the interface of a very well known gameboy tracker (littlesounddj) and 
> it runs quite well on a small machine like that. For ease of 
> development, demo or if people also desire to make it their platform of 
> choice, the tracker is also available for Windows, Mac and I decently 
> got a debian build working.
> I'm writing because recently I received for Xmas an azus EEE. Not a very 
> powerful machine but a great little traveller for internet, coding and 
> possibly... audio. I got my tracker running on it without to much 
> trouble (which was to be expected since it runs fine using only one of 
> the GP2x proc at 200Mhz) but I face a glitching issue on my EEE. First I 
> thought it was due to the usual buffer configuration problems but then I 
> realized both VLC and Audacity glitched too on playback. It's not a 
> constant one.. more like here and there the audio device gets stuck (or 
> some process/IRQ taking over?).
> It's kind of ennoying... I still have the possibility to install XP on 
> it, but I quite like the Xandros install and would like to know if 
> there's any way for me to troubleshoot/configure the installation to 
> provide smoother audio out. I've tried using an external usb audio 
> interface and noticed the same glitches.
> Any advices from the gurus ?

Could be a faq. Maybe it's the cdrom drive. Check the archives for more
info on resolving it...


> Thanks
> Marc
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Patrick Shirkey
Boost Hardware Ltd.

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