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Compatibility guides about Linux and portable digital audio/music players manufactured by Neuros Audio, LLC. the Neuros. 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.



Neuros Audio - the Neuros(http://wooledge.org/~greg/neuros.html)  NEW  Debian 

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Applications

The Neuros Audio(http://www.neurosaudio.com) player will come with Ogg(http://ogg.org) and Linux support.

Positron

Positron (http://www.xiph.org/positron/files/README) is a synchronization tool for the NeurosAudio(http://www.neurosaudio.com) portable music player. Positron allows you to individually add and delete tracks from a Neuros, as well as synchronize it with a directory tree of music.

Neuros Database Manipulator (NDBM)

Neuros Database Manipulator (NDBM)(http://neurosdbm.sourceforge.net/) is an interface to the Neuros Audio Computer's datbase. Written in Java, it is cross platform compatible. It should work on any platform that can run Java 1.4 and can mount the Neuros' USB drive.

Resources


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