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  1. As far as currently known it doesn't. And for that, you don't need a new content format. You can process such things with DSP for all content, since it would be related only to the DAC, not to the content. The upsampling filters MQA has are very leaky ones.
  2. It all comes to me. So for example support at signalyst dot com.
  3. No, RAM, GPU or storage are not.
  4. Yes, check first that it disappears properly from Audiolinux. You could then also check that both give you same hardware fingerprint.
  5. If you are not using it, it is easier and better to just remove or disable it altogether...
  6. It is this wireless interface: HQPlayer OS likely has driver for it, but it is possibly not loaded because the interface is not configured.
  7. I just tested on a NUC7i7BNH, booting up Fedora 31 Workstation Live and HQPlayer OS both resulted in same hardware fingerprint, as expected. Doesn't mean it always works, but within my testing that has been the case.
  8. All those interfaces appear under both? At least HQPlayer OS supports also Intel 10Gbps/fiber cards. But if both don't have drivers loaded/supporting all those, then that could be one difference.
  9. That shouldn't matter, bridge is not a real network interface, but a virtual one. It is likely something else.
  10. As far as I know, the original USB firmware is not available. So it is sort of irreversible change. But I think the old original Amanero firmware (that works only with Windows) is still available from Amanero? But it needs changing the drivers on Windows as the T+A drivers wouldn't recognize the DAC anymore.
  11. If you add or remove network interfaces (or change CPU or motherboard), it'll cause fingerprint to change. Otherwise it shouldn't... It is possible, but unlikely. But sometimes it may happen due to some driver. But booting HQPlayer OS again for example restores the original one, so it doesn't hurt trying either.
  12. There's also "htop" included that is a bit more flexible than the bare bones "top".
  13. MQA CD stream perhaps? Like the 2L RedBook format albums that appeared in Qobuz? You CAN also have 44.1/24 MQA in a 44.1/24 container... Like the Carl Nielsen here: http://www.2l.no/hires/index.html (made from 44.1/16 original recording, the MQA version is more than double the size!)
  14. It varies a bit depending on hardware. Motherboard temperature can be seen usually with cat /sys/devices/virtual/thermal/thermal_zone0/temp Divide by 1000 to get temperature in Celsius. Same way CPU temps can be seen with cat /sys/devices/platform/coretemp.0/hwmon/hwmon0/temp1_input cat /sys/devices/platform/coretemp.0/hwmon/hwmon0/temp2_input ...and so on. To know what each of the temperature points mean, use cat /sys/devices/platform/coretemp.0/hwmon/hwmon0/temp1_label cat /sys/devices/platform/coretemp.0/hwmon/hwmon0/temp2_label ...and so on. These are also in 1/1000th of Celsius. If the CPU core temperatures give errors, try loading the coretemp module first with modprobe coretemp
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