[linux-audio-announce] LinuxConsole

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Date: Tuesday, March 18, 2003 - 4:45 pm

Hi evrybody !

(sorry for my poor english)

I am developing a live Linux CD, called LinuxConsole

First it was made to use a PC box as a console games.

Now it plays games, music, videos, browse Web, disks, burn CDs,...

It is a "modularized" CD, the 'core' system (drivers+X11+Window maker)
stays in memory, while modules (mozilla, games, cups, openoffice) stay
on CD or hard disk (ext fs,fat,ntfs,...).
I'am using ALSA drivers.

I search someone to help me to make an 'audio' module, with most linux
audio applications

If someone is intrested, thanks to post a message to LinuxConsole forum


Yann Le Doaré

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