That will WIFI my whole electric system. I’m going this way because I will be able to use it in my out building that have electric service in them. The receiving Powerline adapter that goes to where ever I want to use the WIFI speaker. Will be connected from the adapter to the tablet with a Ethernet cord. Ok my tablet will only have a unused 3.5 mm plug left to use. Can I use a Ethernet to 3.5mm plug adapter and will that hurt the sound quality.
building a wifi Speaker system that will run off a small tablet and I'm using a powerline adapter
Welcome to openSUSE and to openSUSE forums.
I struggle a bit to understand your post. How is an openSUSE system involved in what you are attempting to do ?
Am I correct that you have a powerline system setup in your house, such that you can plug a power line adapter into any electrical socket and get network access ?
Am I correct also that you have some sort of wifi speaker (unknown brand with unknown functionality to us) that can receive data over wireless that can transmit sound (presumably music) that it has received over wireless ? … presumably receiving such sound from a powerline wireless extender ?
Am I correct in understanding that you want to plug a cable from one of your house powerline adapters to your tablet ?? I am fuzzy here as that makes no sense to me.
Am I correct that you then wants to stream music from your tablet (?) to the powerline adapter ??? Again I am fuzzy here as this makes no sense to me.
Why are you talking of using a 3.5mm plug ? Do you plan to connect the 3.5 mm plug of the Tablet to the wifi speaker ? To an openSUSE computer ? To the powerline ?
Please recompose your post so it is more understandable as to your setup.
My writing is confusing I’m dyslexic but you didn’t make a point of understanding it , you looked for every way possible to not understand it and attack it and find reasons why it is unclear and bad. You find many comments like this in forums now , it wasn’t always that way. Years back everyone tried to understand and help. Now there are people like you.
Oldcpu is without a doubt one of the most helpful and nicest people around who has spent an enormous amount of free time to help others pro bono - I think you’re barking up the wrong tree here.
On Tue, 11 Apr 2017 17:06:02 +0000, jbander wrote:
> My writing is confusing I’m dyslexic but you didn’t make a point of
> understanding it , you looked for every way possible to not understand
> it and attack it and find reasons why it is unclear and bad. You find
> many comments like this in forums now , it wasn’t always that way. Years
> back everyone tried to understand and help. Now there are people like
Oldcpu was trying to get clarity on what you are asking so he could help
At the core of his requests for clarity was a question regarding how
openSUSE is involved in this setup - it doesn’t really sound like it is,
so there may be a better venue to ask your questions.
Please understand that while you recognize that your writing is confusing
to others, it takes some patience on the part of those trying to help you
to understand - members like oldcpu have that patience, but you need to
be patient with them as they try to understand what you’re asking for
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I read your post before oldcpu replied.
I did not reply, because I was unable to make sense of your post. You should thank oldcpu for at least trying.
A 3.5mm plug is for a very different kind of data than ethernet. That’s what makes it hard to understand your post.
I suggest you try describing what you want to do at a more basic level (before it gets to the wires and plugs stage). That might give some context that helps us understand your issues.
jbander - no one is intending to attack. For certain not me. I ask you do the same.
Please just help explain what you are trying to do so we can help.
I took your sugestion, I went someplace else.
Best wishes in your finding the support you are looking for.
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