On Tue, Sep 05, 2000 at 09:08:32AM +0200, Caolan McNamara mentioned:
> You need to run something that will be able to accept multiple audio inputs
> and mix them for delivery to the sound system. I.e. use esd and move your
> apps over to using the esd interface rather than /dev/audio (there is also
> the older nas system, and the never completed XAudio system), this might
> also allow more interesting things as esd is network aware so client
> machines can send the alert to the admins box for playback as part of the
> supported and tested esd interface. Only problem is that you can hardly
> call the esd api extensively documented, but there are some client apps and
> for what you want to do they should be sufficient.
Or you could try Caolan's patches to the kernel to allow multiple users
open /dev/audio ;)
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