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On Sun, 7 Jun 1998, Wichert Akkerman wrote:

> > Someone should package ALSA (Advanced Linux Sound Architecture)
> > http://alsa.jcu.cz/
> Okay, I'm working on it. I'll do some extra work to make a nice
> configuration script for it and hope to have a working package
> in the next couple of days.

I noticed that the utils/ dir of  one of the packages had RPM stuff in

> > Given the number of 'why is my sound not working?' questions we see on the
> > irc channel this is problably a very good idea. 
> ALSA is not fully OSS/Lite compatible, so some things (like Quake on SB16
> cards) don't work yet. But it's looking good so far and development is still
> going strong (from what I gather from their webpage).

Well, Quake works fine on my gusmax, I didn't try it on the sb16.
RealAudio and Muse both worked on the gusmax and the sb16 without any
troubles, and both were significantly more stable than the .34 oss driver.


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