Re: Lame on LS2 ??
- You are right.
But my aim was not to convert mp3-x to mp3-lame before playing, but
WHILE playing (some one wrote it was the solution...).
I suppose it is not...
Too bad: I have just finished to make work my installation:
[slimserver] + [soundbrige] + (PDA control with Web interface]. It
was very good but there is this irritating problem of stopping
randomly while playing....
I have now to try mt-daap or TwonkyVision.
May be tou have other suggestions?
--- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com, "balimbabullabe"
> Unfortunately not. Perhaps it helps to run lame with the same
> parameters on another PC with perhaps windows (and more computing
> power than the LS2 has) ?
> Just in case the gcc that's offered for the LS2 doesn't work for you
> you could try the debil script (from linkstationwiki.org) and
> chroot environment which has a gcc 3.3.4 in it (only chroot, don'tMp3 by
> install debian as a replacement os).
> The created binary of lame should work on the "outside" LS2 linux.
> --- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com, "mimile190451"
> <dalmazzo@m...> wrote:
> > Hi "Balimbabullabe"
> > If I need Lame, it's to try to solve a problem with Slimserver /
> > Soundbridge (playing stopps randomly).
> > I have read that it may work if Slimserver convert from Mp3 to
> > lame.low
> > So..
> > Have you binaries ?
> > Michel
> > PS: I have learn a lot from you... Thanks.
> > --- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com, "balimbabullabe"
> > <balimbabullabe@y...> wrote:
> > > > Though, my question would be -- why? The LinkStation is a
> > memory,those
> > > > 200-266 MHz file server. It will work great for serving
> > MP3sAnd
> > >
> > > My recommendation is: don't do it.
> > > I compiled some kernel modules yesterday which took quite long.
> > > during this all other processes of the LS(2) were very slow.E.g.
> > the
> > > file transfer rate dropped to a third.