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nakkaya 05-02-2003 09:01 PM

mp3 players under linux
 
i have had 3 diffrent mp3 player non of them worked but today i got my self a creative nomad muvo 64 mb of memory not bad small enoug and light. to use it under linux u need 2.4.X series kernel. to use it type mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/sda1 dont forget to create /mnt/sda1 than vaila working.

ghostdancer 05-03-2003 12:22 AM

Re: mp3 players under linux
 
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Originally posted by nakkaya
i have had 3 diffrent mp3 player non of them worked but today i got my self a creative nomad muvo 64 mb of memory not bad small enoug and light. to use it under linux u need 2.4.X series kernel. to use it type mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/sda1 dont forget to create /mnt/sda1 than vaila working.
Can clarify what distro you are using? Version of the distro? I suspect is those USB kind of connection between Linux and the mp3 player right?

nakkaya 05-03-2003 12:40 AM

yeah redhat 9.0(also works in redhat 8.0) the key point is normal mp3 player when connected to a pc windows does not recognize them as mass storge drive but this nomad is actualy a mass storge drive when u buy it it comes with another part when connected lets you play mp3 file in the storge drive also works in suse 8.0.

MasterC 05-10-2003 05:48 AM

Depends on the way the device stores data and what filesystem it uses/needs to store the mp3's. If it's simply a nice plastic case on an HD, then you should be able to use USB Mass Storage. If it's an entire mini-pc and requires specific software to transfer the mp3's (which is might convert to a more proprietary format) then YMMV.

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