Yokemate of Keyboards
Posts: 4860 from 2009/1/28
From: Delaware, USA
If there is going to be a HCL for USB Audio devices, it needs to be compiled by the users.
Thanks Jacek, makes sense to me. Reminds me of a sale I made on eBay about a decade ago to German Linux enthusiast for a Creative Labs DXR3 decoder board.
When I informed him there weren't any Linux drivers, he replied back "It's OK, send it anyway, I'll write one myself".
Got to remember guys, this isn't a commercial OS (even if there is a license fee, there is no company or corporate backing).
Its a hacker oriented OS primarily aimed at those who miss the alternative platforms.
Got a piece of hardware that might not be supported because it requires specific software and the manufacturer does not find your market significant enough to invest development in?
"...I'll write one myself".
Gotta love the European hacking community.
"Never attribute to malice what can more readily explained by incompetence"