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Compatibility guides about Linux and portable digital audio/music players manufactured by Digitalway/Adtec MPIO. Reports about running other Unix systems e.g. BSD, Solaris are welcome, too. And don't miss the general resource section at the bottom, containing links to utilities (mostly available under GPL), community efforts, HOWTOs and FAQs. Have you written an installation or compatibility tutorial yourself? Then please feel free to submit a new entry.

Digitalway/AdTec MPIO FL100 MP3 Player(http://kryz.org/mpio.html)Debian 
Digitalway/AdTec MPIO HD200(http://www.baerg.ca/mpio_hd200_linux/)Linux 
Digitalway/AdTec MPIO FL100 [archived link]Linux 
Digitalway/AdTec MPIO FY600(http://andrew.triumf.ca/andrew/linux-mpio-fy600.html)Linux 

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MPIO Project

The MPIO Project(http://mpio.sourceforge.net) provides support for using Digitalway/Adtec MPIO digital audio players (DMG, DMK, DME, etc.) under Linux. It provides a Linux kernel module driver, a user space library, and at the moment, one tool to access the MPIO player.


The mpiocli(http://dani.dyndns.org/software/mpio/) project aims at producing a user interface to the MPIO(http://www.mpio.com) DMB+ MP3 player for the Linux operating system. The player is connected via USB to the PC.


Fpio(http://fworld.se/Fpio/) replaces the MPIO Manager software that ships with the portable mp3-players from Digitalway.


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