Hi folks. New AP-Linux is finally out. Sorry you had to wait this long, but as many of you don’t know, this is a project that I’m working on my free time. So you know how it is. What has been changed and what are the news? New AP-Linux brings support for newer hardware. That means things like new Intel’s processors like Skylake and Kaby Lake. Things that you have been trouble installing AP-Linux on like Intel’s NUC’s. The installation is totally different again. You will be able to install AP-Linux next to your Windows or Mac machine. No more single entire disk for AP-Linux only. But in order to get away with this, you will have to know about disk partitioning. Even I am totally against using wireless on AP-Linux, wireless configuration is now simplified. But don’t judge the sound with wireless devices enabled. Also new AP-Linux will come unlocked from the start. No more unlocking the system before an update or making changes. Also support for Roon player is there. You will able to use one of the best players on the market with AP-Linux. Isn’t this good? Does new AP-Linux sounds better? I will let you decide. 🙂
Since donations and adds on the AP-Linux couldn’t cover the cloud hosting servers and download costs, I had to implement some kind of per download charges. There will still be free downloads, but with limited availability. Thanks everyone who donated the project. There is one company who decided to help AP-Linux project. JPLAY. Buying their JCAT USB card through AP-Linux web site, you will be sponsoring AP-Linux project. You can buy JCAT USB card here, and download page for new AP-Linux-v4 is here.