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Linrad on 64 bit Fedora 9

After some mucking around I discovered the secret ingredient to
getting xlinrad to compile to a functioning program.  The 32
bit libasound development files must be manually installed from
a 386 Fedora distribution.  If this is missing, xlinrad will compile
WITHOUT FATAL ERROR MESSAGES into a program that almost
works but stops taking input after a while.

FYI the IDT sound chips on some ECS motherboards can actually
sample at 192kHz   --really-- and can receive wwvb at 60 kHz

Unlike Audigy which pretends to sample at 192 but doesn't.

Chuck Forsberg    caf@xxxxxxxx   www.omen.com   503-614-0430
Developer of Industrial ZMODEM(Tm) for Embedded Applications
 Omen Technology Inc      "The High Reliability Software"
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