> Just wondering. I thought that an es1371 soundcard had two /dev/dsp
> devices. Just there, I tryed to get xmms to use /dev/dsp1 - no luck.
In my experience, multiple processes can happily each open /dev/dsp
and write away, and the driver multiplexes nicely. This is a SB Live!
I'm using ALSA rather than OSS now, though. YMMV.
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