Re: [LAU] JACK on PicUntu devices (mini-pcs)

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To: Jeremy Jongepier <jeremy@...>
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Date: Monday, May 27, 2013 - 8:55 am

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I have J2 git running under Debian Wheezy on my Pandaboard which is a very
similar architecture (armhf) to the RK3066s - 1GB RAM and dual-core ARM
cortex A9 CPU.

Yesterday I only had time to set up Cadence and play a few MP3s but today
I'm going to see what it can do - which won't be much admittedly.

My Pandaboard, like many of these Android sticks, lacks SATA. SATA would be
a big win if you can get a device that has such a port as otherwise the
poor USB bus is choked to death with all your devices - HD, audio, ethernet
(in the case of my Panda and many other such boards also feature ethernet
which is actually a USB device).

If I was buying a RK3066 stick I'd get the Measy u2c which gets good
reviews and has an AV port. I'm not sure what to recommend in the way of
deb boards with SATA but I know that the cubieboard has SATA and its not
the only one but its one of the cheaper options.

On Mon, May 27, 2013 at 7:37 AM, Jeremy Jongepier wrote:

> On 05/27/2013 05:30 AM, Robin Gareus wrote:

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I have J2 git running under Debian Wheezy on my Panda=
board which is a very similar architecture (armhf) to the RK3066s - 1GB RAM=
and dual-core ARM cortex A9 CPU.Yesterday I only had ti=
me to set up Cadence and play a few MP3s but today I'm going to see wha=
t it can do - which won't be much admittedly.
My Pandaboard, like many of these Android sticks, lacks SATA=
. SATA would be a big win if you can get a device that has such a port as o=
therwise the poor USB bus is choked to death with all your devices - HD, au=
dio, ethernet (in the case of my Panda and many other such boards also feat=
ure ethernet which is actually a USB device).
If I was buying a RK3066 stick I'd get the Measy u2c whi=
ch gets good reviews and has an AV port. I'm not sure what to recommend=
in the way of deb boards with SATA but I know that the cubieboard has SATA=
and its not the only one but its one of the cheaper options.
O=
n Mon, May 27, 2013 at 7:37 AM, Jeremy Jongepier <jeremy@autostatic.co=
m
> wrote:
On 05/27/2013 05:30 AM, Ro=
bin Gareus wrote:

On 05/27/2013 05:14 AM, Perry Kivolowitz wrote:

JACK does not appear to run on this platform (yet). There will be
hardware with audio I/O in the not too distant future. It would
fantastic to have JACK there too.

Since December 2012 jackd2 works on RK3066 based devices (such as the
MK802).

PicUntu is based on Ubuntu 12.04 which likely ships a too old version of
jack.

best,
robin

Just bough a RK3066 based device and first thing I'll do when it arrive=
s is to get JACK running on it. I assume older versions of JACK don't r=
un because of the packed structs issue?

Jeremy

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[LAU] JACK on PicUntu devices (mini-pcs), Perry Kivolowitz, (Mon May 27, 3:14 am)
Re: [LAU] JACK on PicUntu devices (mini-pcs), Robin Gareus, (Mon May 27, 3:30 am)
Re: [LAU] JACK on PicUntu devices (mini-pcs), Jeremy Jongepier, (Mon May 27, 7:37 am)
Re: [LAU] JACK on PicUntu devices (mini-pcs), Dan MacDonald, (Mon May 27, 8:55 am)
Re: [LAU] JACK on PicUntu devices (mini-pcs), Jeremy Jongepier, (Mon May 27, 9:07 am)