audieeeAs we’ve reported in the past, while installing OS X on a newer Asus Eee PC model like the Eee PC 901 or 1000H is a relatively simple process, getting all of the hardware to work is a bit trickier. One of the most finnicky bits to get working is audio.

Apparently some clever hackers have figured out ways to get audio to play from the speakers or the headphone jack. But every time you reboot or even resume from sleep, you may have to reenable the audio. But now there’s an application called Audieee that provides a graphical user interface for enabling audio, making the process a whole lot simpler.

Ultimately, someone will probably figure out how to make the audio work properly without having to restart a utility every time you turn the computer on. But until then, Audieee looks like a decent workaround for less technically inclined Eee PC OS X users.

via Wired

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