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July 22, 2009, at 09:42 AM by TMS13 -- Undo fixed-pitch formatting
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 ALSA has a quite good support for USB audio devices, the
 only problem could be when you mix USB 1.1 audio
 devices with USB 2.0 hubs.

 The CONFIG_USB_EHCI_SPLIT_ISO option in the kernel
 must be enabled to cope with that.  Kernel version 2.6.25 or later does not have (or need) this option.

 Since the NSLU2 has not enough power to play
 MP3s with a floating-point based decoder, I suggest
 using an integer-based one, like madplay.

 If you want to remote control it, then you
 may want to try MusicPD.

 Average CPU load when playing should be
 around 10%.
to:

ALSA has a quite good support for USB audio devices, the only problem could be when you mix USB 1.1 audio devices with USB 2.0 hubs.

The CONFIG_USB_EHCI_SPLIT_ISO option in the kernel must be enabled to cope with that. Kernel version 2.6.25 or later does not have (or need) this option.

Since the NSLU2 has not enough power to play MP3s with a floating-point based decoder, I suggest using an integer-based one, like madplay.

If you want to remote control it, then you may want to try MusicPD.

Average CPU load when playing should be around 10%.

July 22, 2009, at 09:41 AM by TMS13 -- CONFIG_USB_EHCI_SPLIT_ISO is obsolete - always compiled in.
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 must be enabled to cope with that.
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 must be enabled to cope with that.  Kernel version 2.6.25 or later does not have (or need) this option.
December 18, 2006, at 02:00 PM by Dolph -- fix link
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See also .

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October 21, 2005, at 06:37 AM by Richiez --
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 around 10%.
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 around 10%.

See also .

September 25, 2005, at 04:34 PM by azummo --
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 Average CPU load when playing should be
 around 10%.
September 25, 2005, at 04:33 PM by azummo --
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 MP3s?? with a floating-point based decoder, I suggest
to:
 MP3s with a floating-point based decoder, I suggest
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 If you want to remote control it, then you
 may want to try MusicPD.
September 25, 2005, at 04:19 PM by azummo --
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 ALSA has a quite good support for USB audio devices, the
 only problem could be when you mix USB 1.1 audio
 devices with USB 2.0 hubs.

 The CONFIG_USB_EHCI_SPLIT_ISO option in the kernel
 must be enabled to cope with that.

 Since the NSLU2 has not enough power to play
 MP3s?? with a floating-point based decoder, I suggest
 using an integer-based one, like madplay.
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Based on work by TMS13, Dolph, Richiez, and azummo.
Originally by azummo.
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