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Re: [SLUG] Linux music appliances?
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- Subject: Re: [SLUG] Linux music appliances?
- From: Graham Smith <gqs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 4 Dec 2005 05:01:13 +1100
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On Saturday 03 December 2005 14:37, Luke Kendall wrote:
> This is probably a dumb question ...
> I'm looking for a small, quiet, Linux-based music appliance.
> The ideal would be a small fanless PC with CD drive and hard drive,
> little 2-line LCD screen and remote, with stereo audio outputs
> to load CDs in that then get converted into MP3s on an internal hard
> drive. So you have all your music in a handy system you can connect to
> your stereo system.
Don't know of any specific appliance but have a look at this project on
OpenSUSE called Jacklab.
JackLab supports openSUSE to have an extension (distribution) for audio/media
and become a fast digital audio workstation with an audio-realtime-kernel and
professional tools for music production up to VST instruments.