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  1. wejp

    Gmu 0.9.1 Released

    I have released a new version of the Gmu Music Player. Version 0.9.1 is a little update to the 0.9.0 version which I released just a few days before. The 0.9 series is the first to officially support the Caanoo, among support for other devices like the Dingoo A320 and the Pandora. For downloads...
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    Arch Linux On The Pandora

    Yes, I'm still here. I also still intend to do updates on the Pandora Arch. If you are using my latest kernel package, it should run pretty nicely as it is, though. If there is anything Pandora-specific that doesn't run so well or that you would like to see in the Pandora Arch version, let me know.
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    Gp32X.com - Future

    So gp32x.de wasn't that safe after all? It looks like it has expired. :( Domain Name: gp32x.de Created On: 17 Mar 2003 11:55:22 UTC Expiration Date: 17 Mar 2012 10:55:22 UTC Last Updated On: 20 Mar 2011 06:35:06 UTC Is there still a chance of renewing it or does it mean the forum's domain...
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    Gmu Music Player 0.8.0Beta1 For The Gp2X (Open2X) Released

    I must have forgotten to include the f200 keymap in the release zip file, so here it is: gp2x-f200.keymap. You are right that there is no setup utility with the current version, I'll update the README.txt accordingly for the next release. To use that keymap you have to edit the gmu.gp2x.conf...
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    Release Updated Arch Linux Image Released

    I have updated the kernel for ArchLinux on the Pandora to 3.2.1. I highly recommend to update to that kernel.
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    Gmu Music Player

    Gmu supports both turning off the screen as well as turning it off when the lock key is on, but as this is hardware dependent (especially the screen blanking part) support for that needs to be specifically included for each device. This is not the case for the Caanoo, yet.
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    Gmu Music Player

    I'm glad it works now. :)
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    Gmu Music Player

    It looks like for some reason Gmu has no permission to write where it wants to write. Does Gmu remember its playlist when you close it and then restart it? If it does, you could have a look at its playlist.m3u file (which is probably located in the Gmu directory right where the gmu binary is).
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    Gmu Music Player

    Whenever possible use normal M3U files, not the ancient simple version like you did. This should not be the problem here, though, but that way you would at least see the actual title instead of just the path (or part of it). What you could also try, is to create a playlist with those tracks...
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    Gmu Music Player

    You have read that right, Gmu can indeed play mp3 internet radio... ..and SlayRadio is an excellent internet radio choice. Actually, it was one of the internet radios I have used to test internet audio streaming with Gmu, while developing it. :D All you have to do is download the playlist file...
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    Gmu !

    Thank you! No need to stop. I've made the source available so people can do ports on their own. I agree. :) Of course I would like to have a Caanoo and do a port myself - and I will do that if I get a Caanoo somehow -, but there is nothing wrong with other people porting Gmu to devices I do...
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    Gmu !

    Quite a lot of people have asked me to port Gmu to the Caanoo, which is why I have written a blog post regarding that matter a while ago. The thing is, it really is not much fun to port something to a device which you do not have access to. I already did this with the Wiz port and I really can...
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    Release Gmu Music Player 0.7.2

    No problem. :)
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    Release Gmu Music Player 0.7.2

    Yes, right here, but it is always a good idea to also check my website or to add my Atom feed to your feed reader.
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    Release Gmu Music Player 0.7.2

    I have moved my website to another server, which is why some older files are no longer there. May I ask why you want to use that old version of Gmu? Any problems with the new version?
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    Arch Linux On The Pandora

    Plug computers run all kinds of Linux systems. Arch is far from being the only one and it is not the default OS of those plug computers - at least none that I know of. The article you have linked to explicitly mentions Debian 6.0 with a GNOME desktop being installed on the devices. I doubt there...
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    Release Gmu Music Player 0.8.0Beta1 For The Pandora Released

    The analyzer code is located in multiple files. The math part takes place in audio.c, which uses fmath.c/h which contains integer sine and cosine functions using pre-calculated look-up tables that are located in fmath_tables.h. I have pre-calculated those tables to speed up the calculation of...
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    Release Gmu Music Player 0.8.0Beta1 For The Pandora Released

    What? Audio playback with most file formats should work fine even at rather low frequencies. So even if the CPU runs at only 125 MHz it should still work fine.
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    Release Gmu Music Player 0.8.0Beta1 For The Pandora Released

    You mean the analyzer? I do the drawing with SDL, but that's only a small part of the whole thing. The actual math (you need to do a fourier transform of the audio signal to transform it into the frequency domain) is independent of SDL, though.
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    Arch Linux On The Pandora

    The Plugapps people now have a page for just that in their wiki. This describes almost exactly what I did. Despite that I also set up a distcc cross-compiler to speed up compiling. This is actually very simple, because the distcc compiler does not need any libraries of the target platform. You...
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