[PD] laptop multichannel solutions under linux ?
nlhommet at netcourrier.com
Fri Jun 1 02:55:44 CEST 2001
I agree with you, but let's hope that RME will provide some drivers for
their PCMCIA solution.
As most of you know, there's already an Alsa driver for their Hammerfall
On this page, they say:
"ALSA support for the Hammerfall breaks the annoying chicken/egg principle:
no professional hardware/driver - no professional software... RME is proud
to be a part of this first big step for Linux towards a professional audio
usage. Possibly bothered by the Hammerfall's appearance on the Linux scene,
some of our competitors have now followed our example. Drivers for other
well-known cards and chips in the professional market are expected in the
And I hope all these companies will write some open source drivers for Linux
in the future, when we'll have the best multimedia platform, thanks to
Demudi distribution :) :
Yes, I'm optimistic !
Have a good day !
----- Original Message -----
From: "Juan Reyes" <juanig at ccrma.stanford.edu>
To: "Nicolas Lhommet" <nlhommet at netcourrier.com>
Cc: <pd-list at iem.kug.ac.at>
Sent: Friday, June 01, 2001 1:32 AM
Subject: Re: [PD] laptop multichannel solutions under linux ?
> Dear Nicolas,
> It doesn't and they don't have any desire to write open source or even
> commercial drivers for Linux. The Digigram Card (VX-Pocket) was the
> other solution for Mac and Windoze but the situation is pretty much
> the same. Apparently there is a going to be an ALSA driver for another
> PCMCIA card but please forgive me I don't have the information at
> _ Juan
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