Nagy László Zsolt wrote:
Why not just use the -C flag with ssh and port forward the port
using ssh as well (-L ...)? The only problem would be with sharing the
soundcard/port, since I'm not sure if only one user can connect and use
esd at one time. However, this can be setup per-user given a little
foreknowledge and planning.
Christian Walther wrote:
I'm not sure if sending uncompressed audio data over the network is
such a good idea.
Are you sure that esd does not compress the data?
By the way, esd can be used with any audio application. It can emulate
a real soundcard. Example follows.
On the server (where your real sound card is located):
esd -promiscuous -tcp -pubic -port 1500
On the client:
esddsp -v -s 192.168.0.13:1500 mpg123 something.mp3
The mpg123 program does not need to have ESD support. The esddsp
program creates a fake pcm device before starting mpg123.
email@example.com mailing list
To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"