On Sun, November 11, 2012 6:24 pm, Niels Mayer wrote:
Yup that works. easy to do to. Very slow on my netbook over wireless at
probably 5M... before encription. Doing ssh -y localhost seems pretty
quick though. I would imagine that with a 100M ethernet it should be ok.
However, from what you have said above... maybe I should run the X server
on the old machine with the sound card(s).
> you can also do quite a bit with a remote terminal and alsamixer(1),
If I could customize it to show what I wanted, in the way I wanted it, it
wouldn't be so bad.
> Finally, both mudita24 and envy24control both have the ability to be midi
I have been looking for an app that will _send_ midi control info. Most
are so old they will no longer build and all are not maintained that I
This sounds interesting... Does this mean with a dummy alsa-ice1712 driver
I could use mudita as midi controller? Or is there a way to get mudita to
run with no card present?
> PS: also no reason to panic - there seem to be plenty of modern full-size
Good to hear. Three slots means probably two cards at once, there always
seems to be at least one PCI slot that shares an irq (16 often) with lots
of other stuff. With new MB that have 48 or more irqs (many of them
unused) I don't know why any irqs are shared at all. (the internal sound
IF generally uses the highest available IRQ) I have a D66, I would like to
find a used cheap 1010 (d or lt or clone, something with 8 i/o Even the
one that started this thread) It would pretty much use up what I have for
Preamps on my mixer (an OLD Mackie 1604 with 6 mic pre and 10 line
inputs.. only 8 direct outs though). In any case it does not look like I
will be buying a ready built box.
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