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[Linrad] Re: Two Linrad on one PC under Linux
- Subject: [Linrad] Re: Two Linrad on one PC under Linux
- From: Eastzone <gmail.com; eastzonexp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2008 14:52:16 -0800 (PST)
Another question. I want to write a small program which can feed my
data to linrad over ethernet. Is there a special packet format linrad
uses for 16bit raw data (All I know is that they're UDP packets)?
On 12月17日, 上午7时48分, Leif Asbrink <l...@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > I want to host two linrad on a Linux PC with an SDR-IQ, as shown in
> > But it seems that the master one, which receives from SDR-IQ and sends
> > out packets, occupies /dev/dsp as output. So the slave one which
> > receives packets from the master one could not use /dev/dsp for
> > output.
> > How can I do that on a PC with only one sound card. Can I force the
> > master linrad to release /dev/dsp since I don't want to listen from
> > it?
> When using two instances of Linrad you are normally running
> in a graphical environment, X11 or MS Windows. In both cases
> it is possible to open the same soundcard output from two
> different programs.
> I think output channel mixing is supplied by the device driver
> under Microsoft. Creative normally supplies it, but some of
> the others do not.
> When pointed to it, it seems natural to allow the user to
> select "no audio output." He might want to save the audio in
> a disk file or just ignore it. In case it turns out to be
> easy I will include such a feature.
> Leif / SM5BSZ
> > Another question. I want to write a small program which can feed my
> > data to linrad over ethernet. Is there a special packet format linrad
> > uses for 16bit raw data (All I know is that they're UDP packets)?- 隐藏被引用文字 -
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