Re: how to redirect sound
belahcene abdelkader wrote:
i am sure you can use esound (enlightened sound daemon) to perform this
task. i have, although, never done that. so my only advice would be to
check the esound documentation.
Hi, every body
I am using a set of thin client (neoware) connected to
a llinux server, I want to redirect the audio to the
client. It exists probably the way to do that in "same
way" as the image. i mean the user logs on a thin
client on the remote server, and he receives the
graphics on his terminal, ( the xdm does this in
the question is : there a procedure to redisrect the
sound to the sound devices on the thin client instead
of running it on the server?
there is also a quotation from some webpage:
..." After settling with remote x via cygwin, I determined that I was
not content. I wanted to be able to hear my linux box, as well as
interact with it.
After doing some quick research, I found that I was very likely going to
have the most success with EsounD, the enlightened sound daemon
(http://www.tux.org/~ricdude/EsounD.html). While the development hasn?t
stopped, it appeared that updates to the website had. What I liked most
about the site, old as it was, was this quote from the overview page:
?Network transparency is also built in, so you can play sounds on one
machine, and listen to them on another.? This was exactly what I was
looking for... "