OSS: OSS provides sound card drivers for most popular sound cards under
Linux. These drivers support digital audio, MIDI, Synthesizers and mixers found
on sound cards. These sound drivers comply with the Open Sound System API
specification. OSS provides a user-friendly GUI which makes the installation of
sound drivers and configuration of sound cards very simple. OSS supports over
200 brand name sound cards. OSS drivers provide automatic sound card detection,
Plug-n-Play support, support for PCI audio soundcards and support for full
duplex audio. Last modification on December 20 2000.
OSS: Provides sound card drivers for most popular sound cards under Linux Last modification on December 19 2000.
Linux joystick driver: The Linux joystick driver provides support for joysticks under Linux.
The1.2.10 version supports classic analog PC joysticks, ThrustMaster FCS, CH
Flightstick Pro and 6-button gamepad compatible extensions, digitally
communicating joysticks from FPGaming, Gravis, Logitech, MadCatz, Microsoft,
ThrustMaster, L4 gamecard, as well as various (NES, SNES, Sega, PSX, Atari,
Amiga, Commodore, Amstrad) gamepads and joysticks connected to the PC's
parallel port. Last modification on August 19 2000.
Linux PnP driver: The Plug and Play driver project for Linux is a project to create
support within the Linux kernel for handling Plug and Play (and other semi-PnP)
devices in a clean, consistent way. It aims to allow a driver of any type of
hardware to have this hardware configured by the PnP driver in the kernel. This
driver is then notified when the device is reconfigured, or even removed from
the system, so as to allow for graceful action in these circumstances. Last modification on February 5 1999.
pciaudio: pciaudio is a set of drivers for popular PCI soundcards. The drivers
support OSS compatible mixer and PCM (wave) interfaces. It currently supports
the Ensoniq ES1370/Ashai Kasei AK4531 and S3 SonicVibes adapters. Last modification on December 8 1998.
UDF: UDF is the filesystem standard used by DVD roms, and "packet writing"
software for CD-RW, such as Adaptec's DirectCD. UDF is intended as a general
replacement for ISO9660. This package is an early attempt, so it may not be
stable for everyone. However, progress requires testers. A recent development
kernel is required, probably 2.1.100 or later will work. Last modification on August 3 2000.
sblive: Linux Driver for SoundBlaster Live! and Live! Value. Last modification on October 20 2000.
WaveLAN/IEEE driver: Kernel network device driver for WaveLAN/IEEE wireless network card Last modification on August 6 2000.