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Thread: xm on linux?

  1. #1
    Join Date
    May 2005

    xm on linux?

    Anyone get xm running on linux running the xmd1000? Mine works fine in windows, I just started playing around with wine, i was hoping someone on here had it before I waste time experimenting.
    Now, if you wanna go the Car pC route, this is the right forum for you. You can surf gay porn, listen to all your copywright infringed music and use GPS to find your way from one end of the driveway to the other -J187

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    Jun 2005
    Burnsville, MN
    i dont know, i just started doing some looking for it. I am running windows, but after seeing i thought it would be worth a try..

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jan 2006


    I have an XMD1000, and I was able to get xmpcr2 to control it. But I haven't signed up for the XM service yet.

    Here's what I did:
    • Download from
    • I changed /dev/ttyUSB0 to /dev/tty0 in callbacks.c. (Because there's no other way to change the serial port used.)
    • There's a script in the main dir (I forget what it's called) that runs automake and configure.
    • You'll want to check forums for any hints on getting it to work.

    I haven't actually heard music, but it should work. (Post, if it works for you. I'm curious.)

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