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Re: [linrad] Laptop
- Subject: Re: [linrad] Laptop
- From: W6WO <ron-skelton@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Fri, 18 Jul 2003 08:19:16 -0700
I haven't succeed in getting linrad running but I am working on it.
Just checked the spec of my Dell Inspiron 8000 it does have a stereo
line-in port and the sound card is an ESS Technology Maestro 3i - 16
bits. The video controller is given as ATI Mobility M4 8 Meg memory
is standard, 32 Meg max.
How much video memory and RAM is considered desirable for linrad?
Talk to the folks at www.powernotebook.com I have just been through
this with them so they are well versed.
I decided to go with a laptop suited for other tasks and without stereo
inputs -- will be using a Creative MP3+ USB device instead.
73, doc kd4e
On Thu, 2003-07-17 at 13:39, Arie Dogterom wrote:
The main problem probably will be to found a laptop which has an external
stereo input. The rest will be less problematic.
You probably will have to look for an older model like my old IBM TP390. But
the processors of those machines in general are limited to around 300 MHz.
The only other solution will be a laptop with an external ( pcmcia or USB)
> I would like to have a laptop on which I could run Linrad.
> When I ask the salesmen at the different companies selling these
> things, none of them has any idea at all whether there
> are drive routines available for Linux:(
> Is there anyone on the list who knows of a laptop that can
> sample at least 2 channels 16 bit at 48 kHz while running
> full duplex and which is supported by OSS or ALSA and that
> also works with svgalib. The processor should be a PentiumIV
> 1GHz or better. AMD Athlon or something else of similar speed
> would be fine.
> Leif / SM5BSZ