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Hi everybody. A buddy of mine once showed me a portable mp3 player that he had purchased, and then loaded a version of linux on it instead of the factory ...
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- 06-11-2009 #1
[SOLVED] Linux Distro for an MP3 Player
Does anyone know of a project or disto that can be loaded onto an MP3 player like what I mentioned above? I've done some searching online, but I've only found information on people turning their PCs into MP3 players/media centers, or using MP3 players to boot a computer into linux, neither of which I am looking at doing. If anyone could tell me of a distro like what my friend had, I'd appreciate it.
- 06-11-2009 #2
I did that myself with an iRiver iHP-140 I had. The project was RockBox. They support a lot of devices so it might be worth checking out, but not all devices are compatible.
If it had been an iPod there would also be the option of using iPodLinux instead of RockBox.
- 06-11-2009 #3
Thanks for the info. Rockbox was exactly what I was looking for.
I also just found a project called Sansalinux, that seems to be a branch off of iPodLinux, but I don't know if its as developed as the Rockbox project is.
Thanks again for the help!