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4 Aug 2005
I was wondering if anyone had tried having multiple applications accessing the audio sub-system on the SL6000 (or any other Zaurus).

You would want something like this is if you want to play mp3's and do VOIP at the same time, or maybe record your VOIP conversations using a console app.

Most desktop Linux distributions allow for mixing of serveral audio sources. From what I gather, this may be enabled in hardware, or may rely on applications like aRTs or ESD to combine the channels, so you can play games and mp3's at the same time. On the Zarus, trying this throws a "/dev/dsp busy" error. I tried searching for esd or arts (ps axu | grep arts) but they don't seem to be running on the Zaurus.

I was wondering if people had tried this sort of a thing or had suggestions about it. I would have to read more about these and see if they could be cross-compiled for the Z.

Thanks,
-Anmol
13 Jul 2005
Does anyone know where I can get one? Can't seem to find one on Amazon, Ebay, or the other two SL6000 resellers.

Anyone want to sell one in decent condition?

-Anmol
28 Aug 2004
Has anyone any suggestions on connecting external mics with the sl6000? USB. bluetooth or some other way? (I really miss the audio-in jack)

Thanks,

Anmol
28 Aug 2004
Hi all,

has anyone used Bluetooth mics with the Zaurus? We have connected the zaurus 5500/6000 using a CF Bluetooth module to several SPP bluetooth devices (www.media.mit.edu/wearables) - accelerometers, GSR sensors, etc. I couldn't find any documentation about linux compatible (SPP) bluetooth mics? Any suggestions?

Also, any comments on connecting external mics (USB or otherwise) to the 6000?

Thanks,
Anmol

(ps. I would willingly trade the Sharp vision of VoIP - holding the zaurus to my face, for a Secret Service style wireless setup)
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