[OpenWrt] soundplayer problems

Mirko Vogt lists at nanl.de
Tue Jul 14 02:02:59 CEST 2009

On Mon, 2009-07-13 at 20:17 +0200, Sten Kvamme wrote: 
> mån 2009-07-13 klockan 12:04 +0200 skrev Mirko Vogt:
> > All OpenWrt-targets with ARM-architectures are using the "new" EABI by
> > default.
> > OABI is deprecated and not supported anymore.
> > When using aplay you should also increase the buffer size; a multiple of
> > the period size should be fine.
> > You may want to combine madplay and aplay - aplay can read wave data
> > from stdin (e.g. from madplay).
> I'm a little confused. My binaries from my ARMEL Debian Openmoko distro
> did not run on OpenWrt. Are OpenWrt ARMEB = ARM EABI Big-endian or ARMEL
> = ARM EABI Little-endian?
That's because OpenWrt uses the uclibc as libc by default which is not
binary-compatible to glibc/eglibc (which debian is using).
In case you want to have binary-compatibility, you can change the
libc-implementation within the openwrt-menuconfig and build your own
> Thanks for the madplay | aplay info. Still have to find a way to play
> nice with oss.

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