[pulseaudio-discuss] Cheap little pulse server
lennart at poettering.net
Wed Dec 19 04:54:07 PST 2007
On Fri, 30.11.07 15:42, David Kågedal (davidk at lysator.liu.se) wrote:
Sorry for the late response. Currently working on cleaning up my
> > With the above it would be possible to tailor a small linux install to
> > boot and run pulse and have it publish itself to your network with
> > zeroconf-publish and tunnel-sink.
> > Has anyone done any research on this? What's the cheapest possible way
> > of doing it. Anyone manage to rip out cheap consumer electronics gear
> > and slap their own linux kernel + pulse on it?
> Didn't someone here use an NSLU2? I have one that I hope to try to
> use one day. The only problem with it was that pulseaudio didn't work
> well without an FPU, but maybe that has been fixed?
It should work fine without FPU in 0.9.8.
However, atomic ops support on those CPUs might be a problem now. YMMV.
Lennart Poettering Red Hat, Inc.
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