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Old Yesterday, 07:46 PM   #2921
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Default Debian 10 buster for beaglebone black.

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Yes, and easy to install for non-unix guys too. But unfortunately it's dead.

Terminal commands, or a bit better?
RompЯ - A mobile-ready and desktop web client, that has one problem - installation in terminal.
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Old Yesterday, 08:30 PM   #2922
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There are Docs/Linux Install.md | BubbleUPnP Server and BubbleUPnP client BubbleUPnP for DLNA / Chromecast / Smart TV - Apps on Google Play .
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Old Today, 07:47 AM   #2923
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I do not get this attitude... Why bother with DIY at all if it is too much effort? Just get a ready-made device running volumio like this volumio primo and be done with it.
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Old Today, 07:58 AM   #2924
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Default Arch Linux ARM kernel updated to version 5.3.7

The linux kernel for Arch Linux ARM with botic patches on GitHub - coroner21/linux-am33xbot: Arch Linux ARM Kernel with botic patches was updated to version 5.3.7.

ATTENTION: Due to a major rework of the code of the machine driver (botic-card module), the driver in this repository currently only works for standard Cronus devices populated with two clocks and a GPIO switch to change frequencies. Configurations using the internal clock and accompanying it with an external clock for 44.1kHz frequencies currently do not work. Also using only one clock is currently not supported by the updated driver. If someone requires other configurations than the standard Cronus / Hermes boards let me know and I will enhance the driver again.

Please also read through the instructions on the github page regarding non-default clock frequencies. The device tree overlay needs to be edited in case frequencies other than the 49.152MHz / 45.1584MHz pair should be used.
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Old Today, 08:24 AM   #2925
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coroner21, thanks for maintaining this.

I suggest you to copy & update also the README file of the driver to the GIT repository:
- http://bbb.ieero.com/botic5/README-botic5
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