> On Mon, 23 Apr 2001, Ingo Oeser wrote:
> > On Mon, Apr 23, 2001 at 05:06:48PM +0100, Matt wrote:
> > > I'm writing a char device driver for a dsp card that drives a motion
> > > platform.
> > Can you elaborate on the dsp card? Is it freely programmable? I'm
> > working on a project to support this kind of stuff via a
> > dedicated subsystem for Linux.
> Very interesting... The emu10k1 driver (SBLive!) that will appear
> shortly in acXX will support loading code to it's DSP. It's a very
> simple chip with only 16 instructions but it can generate
> hardware interrupts, DMA to host memory, 32 bit math. The maximum
> program size is 512 instructions (64 bits each) and can make use of 256
> registers (32 bits).
Do you mean we will be able to have the same kind of stuff they have on
Windows (like the mp3 encoding computed by the SB Live)??
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