In reply to John P. Looney's flatulent wordings,
> On Thu, Mar 09, 2000 at 04:28:26PM -0000, Liam Bedford mentioned:
> > However, playing multiple sounds, and still having xmms running in the
> > background is fun.
>> Point to note: the soundblaster PCI64/128's that have an ES1371 chip in
> them give you a /dev/dsp0 and a /dev/dsp1 - so if you can get xmms to use
> /dev/dsp1, and link /dev/dsp to /dev/dsp0 (default), you should get
> something similar.
And what's with this openAL business (actually don't answer that), everybody
wants a piece of the Linux sound industry but not too many of them are backed
by a sound card manufacturer
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