Re: JACK, qtractor and TAL Noisemaker on Pandaboard success story
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Apart from the apps I've already mentioned, the only other Linux audio software I've used on my Panda so far are alsamixer, pactl, pavucontrol and Audacity - all of those have worked just as you'd expect them too.
I'm using standard jack and qjackctl from the 12.04 repos but I've had to compile LV2/ drobilla libs, qtractor and Noisemaker myself. LV2 and qtractor were straightforward but I had to modify the makefiles to get JUCE and Noisemaker to compile under armhf. I dunno how much use qtractor and noisemaker make or SSE but thats one thing both apps lack when built for ARM CPUs. When I get better at C++ I'd like to have a go at adding NEON support to Noisemaker.
There aren't many terminal-only Linux audio apps I make regular use of. I'd be interested in trying NAMA on my pandaboard but thats no fun without a mic input which is something I don't quite have yet on my panda- I have achieved limited success using its onboard one with arecord and my external USB soundcard is playback only.
On Fri, Jul 20, 2012 at 6:13 PM, Louigi Verona <louigi.verona@xxxxxxxxx>
I just hope this Secure Boot does not reduce Linux ARM devices to a tiny number!
I think secureboot is strictly a Wintel thing - I have heard no such talk of it making its restrictive, nefarious ways known in ARM land yet and lets hope it stays that way! Note that the ARM devices have their own set of bootloaders - no grub here.
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