Originally Posted by jtam
Asked, no hope for Linux.
They plan to make a very similar model for Mac though. Good news?
not for me; mac is not linux.
I have a fanless pc that runs linux and mpd (music play daemon). my config works well with standard usb audio devices (from a very old xitel usb/opto box from 2000 timeframe up thru the BB pcm chips and cmedia chips).
but I'm NOT willing to dump my:
because the company is too 'proud' to tell us how their code or architecture works. they won't play ball with the open source guys, I want no part of their products.
go tell them they lose a LOT of sales because, more and more, media players are going linux as the back-end.
and this hiding game that vendors play; reminds me of those that rub off the chip names before they ship the board. I can't support companies that do stuff like that.
thanks for letting us know. it would have been a shame to order one, TRY to get unix working with it only to find out the vendor doesn't ever want it to work with unix.