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  1. Thread: bluetooth woes

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    Thanks to you all, I have handsfree connecting to...

    Thanks to you all, I have handsfree connecting to my phone now. It appears as though an active connection is required for 'hcitool con' to return any data for my phone. To be honest, I have not used...
  2. Thread: bluetooth woes

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    Yes, phone is already paired, but Bluetooth icon...

    Yes, phone is already paired, but Bluetooth icon on the phone doesn't light up like when connected to my headset. When I run 'hcitool cc [address]', hcitool returns nothing. I was beginning to think...
  3. Thread: bluetooth woes

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    I've been trying to set up BlueZ for the HF...

    I've been trying to set up BlueZ for the HF profile as well and haven't succeeded yet. I don't use the dbus command, as I don't think I need it. Do you have a source that explains the need for that...
  4. Thread: CD drives

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    I wish you luck with your competitions. Again,...

    I wish you luck with your competitions.

    Again, changing your CD-ROM drive will not improve the audio. Here is a link I found by searching google for 'bit perfect' that provides some additional...
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    A quick Google search makes me think that Ubuntu...

    A quick Google search makes me think that Ubuntu doesn't treat module options the same way as other distributions. I'd suggest looking up how to add module parameters correctly for Ubuntu...
  6. Thread: CD drives

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    I believe you are attempting to get the best...

    I believe you are attempting to get the best sound possible. My suggestions do not modify the CD drive, rather, modify the computer, and how the sound is played. If this is not possible/allowed, then...
  7. Thread: CD drives

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    I apologize, I tend to get too wordy quite a bit....

    I apologize, I tend to get too wordy quite a bit. Also, I was a bit confused as to what exactly you meant when you were saying it's noisy.

    I believe the quality of the electronics in the CD player...
  8. Thread: CD drives

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    I believe the CD Drive will inject very little...

    I believe the CD Drive will inject very little noise into your audio signal, but rather, the CD disc itself, susceptible to scratches, dust, etc. will be the largest source of noise, even if it was...
  9. Thread: CD drives

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    I think I'm not following exactly where you feel...

    I think I'm not following exactly where you feel the problem is. Are you saying that the CD drive you're using cannot read the CD's accurately? Like, maybe laser is low-powered, etc? Also, what do...
  10. Thread: CD drives

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    Just wanted to add to what the previous posters...

    Just wanted to add to what the previous posters have said:

    CD Audio is stored digitally in 16 bits and sampled at a rate of 44.1KHz. When converting to digital data, you need to 'sample' the input...
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    Your description of how the calibration program...

    Your description of how the calibration program is working actually sounds correct. When calibrating my touchscreen, I have to touch specific parts on the screen (ie touch a red box in each corner of...
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    To me, it sounds like your calibration data is...

    To me, it sounds like your calibration data is incorrect. Do you have a non-X program that is utilizing the touchscreen data, or are you using X Windows as your GUI? How are you doing a calibration?...
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    I believe if you are using Xorg, you need two...

    I believe if you are using Xorg, you need two drivers. The first converts the touchscreen output into raw data as a device, and the second reads the device into Xorg. I could be wrong, since I don't...
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    Are you implying that you leave your car running...

    Are you implying that you leave your car running as you run something like 'emerge -uD world'? If so, I would suggest purchasing a battery charger/booster. It can be used to jump start your battery...
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    I second the vote for DirectFB, the api is not...

    I second the vote for DirectFB, the api is not bad at all to learn, and there are several tutorials to get you going.

    The acceleration is hardware dependent, but DirectFB also supports hardware...
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    I use gentoo, so I'm not sure if this is...

    I use gentoo, so I'm not sure if this is different: module parameters are set in \etc\modules.autoload.d\kernel-2.6. I think you just need to change the line that says touchkitusb to touchkitusb...
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    Since kernel 2.6.10 or 2.6.11, a module parameter...

    Since kernel 2.6.10 or 2.6.11, a module parameter has existed for touchkitusb, which may solve the problem you originally had. I believe the parameter is swap_xy.

    Maybe you could try that, as it...
  18. Thread: Boot times

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    i was originally alluding to the 'wrapper' idea...

    i was originally alluding to the 'wrapper' idea as the best idea for a dfb app. the only difference is that i suggest doing the transformation every time an input is received from the touchscreen, in...
  19. Thread: Boot times

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    funny you ask, i'm taking linear algebra right...

    funny you ask, i'm taking linear algebra right now. i thought i was done w/math forever...anyhow...

    the algorithm itself is not that difficult, just as you stated it should be relatively simple. i...
  20. Thread: Boot times

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    are you suggesting having a configuration...

    are you suggesting having a configuration applet/subprogram in the dfb app that is designed to calibrate the touchscreen, and then store the calibration data so that it doesn't have to be re run...
  21. Thread: Boot times

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    yes i think thats definitely necessary. does this...

    yes i think thats definitely necessary. does this require another driver to be written, similar to what X uses, that outputs calibrated data? actually, i'm not sure if thats how X works either. what...
  22. Thread: sound cards

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    you're right, i had major problems with rmmoding...

    you're right, i had major problems with rmmoding sr_mod. there was a big problem with the code that has hopefully been fixed recently, not sure. it would hang and the process wouldn't die, etc. sg...
  23. Thread: sound cards

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    i use alsa and therefore disabled oss in the...

    i use alsa and therefore disabled oss in the kernel. disable usb sound (in usb drivers) since thats specifically for usb speakers/mics/etc. and then enable (modular is probably your best bet)...
  24. Thread: sound cards

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    it seems as though the latest mm kernel has some...

    it seems as though the latest mm kernel has some major upgrades to usb: 2.6.14-rc5-mm1 Changelog (see first bullet). i suggest trying to emerge mm-sources and compiling a kernel. maybe it will solve...
  25. Thread: sound cards

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    i have the audigy nx usb. it works fine. i have...

    i have the audigy nx usb. it works fine. i have not tried more than two audio channels. the remote control does work, but it takes some effort to get it going (with lirc). i also have not used it...
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