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Re: LGDC Update

Paul Tiseo wrote:

>         Write it up and post it to this mailing list. If it is very bad, I'm sure
> there are enough people here who'll spot obvious errors. As to "Is using
> /dev/dsp the best thing?" question, you are right. There is so little on
> Linux sound that it is a hard question for me to answer.

/dev/dsp is currently the best general purpose option for sound under
Linux. ALSA, the Advanced Linux Sound Architecture, extends the
functionality of /dev/dsp considerably, but it is not yet a standard
part of the Linux kernel architecture.

Jeff Read <bitwize@geocities.com>
Unix Code Artist, Anime Fan, Really Cool Guy