I use it on command line only mode and it does its job very well. Easy to install, easy to use.
Hi, Karellen. IMO using 8 Pentium MHz and 1048 kB of RAM isn't worrisome, but if you have ideas for reducing bloat I'd like to hear them.
The only ALSA-specific feature in the program was support for hardware muting, but that's disabled because of undocumented changes to the ALSA drivers. Accordingly I've removed (or asked to have removed) the claims of ALSA compatibility from the descriptions on freshmeat.net, on linuxberg.com, in the Web page, and in the LSM file. Lately most of my development time has been under FreeBSD, so it's difficult for me to follow the happenings with ALSA. However, I'd welcome patches to improve compatibility with ALSA.
I'd prefer you wrote to the mailing list (www.linuxatlax.org/arc...) because I seldom check the comments on freshmeat.net.
Why is aumix so bloated? 2.0 consumes 4% of my CPU (P200MMX)
and 3.2% of my memory (32 MB). And it doesn't work with ALSA
0.4.x unless I load the snd-mixer-oss module.
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