Re: SlugAsAudioPlayer (Unslung 6.5)
- Can someone post a good set of instructions regarding getting the
sound card working? From what I've read on the nslu2-linux site and
this conversation I'm a bit confused. Here's what I understand for unslung
1. Get a card based on the c-media chipset and plug it in. (ok, got it)
2. install "kernel-module-audio" package, "kernel-module-soundcore",
and "insmod soundcore", "insmod audio" (not sure about all this)
3. maybe put this in your /opt/etc/init.d/S99mpd script (whatever that
4. Don't bother with the alsa software, its not available.
5. install madplay or mpd (doesnt seem too scary ;))
6. play a file and see if it works
If anyone could elaborate on those instructions and let me know if I'm
right or wrong I'd be greatful.
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Jeroen Massar <jeroen@...> wrote:
> >>>> Bus 002 Device 018: ID 1130:f211installed
> >>> Best I can find is that the vendor is "TENX"... at
> >>> http://www.tenxnetworks.com/
> >> OK... Plugged this thing into an OpenSUSE 10.1 machine and
> >> the Generic USB driver and I get audio. Volume control is onlyOn or
> >> Off, otherwise it works.any
> >> ...so, any ideas how we can make this work on the slug? Is there
> >> info that I can provide from the SUSE machine?which
> What you need to do on the OpenSUSE box is: "lsmod" this will show
> modules are loaded. Also check "dmesg" and see what driver getsloaded
> when you plug it in. Doing "lsmod", then plugging the device in, andCool... this is the kind of info I'm looking for. Makes perfect sense.
> then "lsmod" again and comparing (lsmod >bla; *plug in*; lsmod
> diff bla bla2) will show you which driver it uses.
> Then just get that driver installed on your slug and off you go...
> http://www.qbik.ch/usb/devices/ doesn't have it listed though.Definately will do.
> So if it works you might want to add it to that DB.