On Mon, 18 Dec 2000, Daniel O'Connor wrote:
Aiee, that makes it unuseable for games too. There should be a control
to limit the buffering. Perhaps there already is (I don't know the esd
Buffering ? Dont know if it is the same problem but with DAP, exact
editing of files is impossible. You dont hear what you get. Newpcm on 4.0
R and Yamaha.
api). Btw, are there esd alternatives ? And if so, is one clearly
becoming the de-facto standard, or are they even ?
Well the 'best' alternative would be to have the kernel mix the audio for you :)
I think the KDE folks have a similar daemon but I'm not sure.
Well, I understood that "multiple instances" might work with a
daemon. Like multiple instances of mices work with moused.
And that such a beast doesnt exist, except in "fancy desktop
environements". A standard might come from the command line world.
"The nice thing about standards is that there
are so many of them to choose from."
-- Andrew Tanenbaum
It is tricky ;-)
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