Re: kdelibs in sid depends libjack0.80.0-0 which depends jackd; see 248665
On Sun, 15 Aug 2004, Mario Lang wrote:
> Henrique de Moraes Holschuh <email@example.com> writes:
> > On Sun, 15 Aug 2004, Matthew Garrett wrote:
> >> Paul Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >> > No kidding. I don't see much point for KDE to have anything to do with
> >> > arts. If you want to play more than one sound at once, spend $10 and
> >> > get a sound card worthy of being called such, like a SBLive and not some
> >> > total piece of shit like pretty much anything involving ac97.
> >> It's non-trivial to add a new sound card to a laptop (no, stuff like the
> >> Extigy does not count). An SBLive does not provide you with
> >> network-transparent audio.
> > Stuff like ALSA provides you with hardware mixing in the proper place if you
> > really need it (although it probably needs better docs on how to do that).
> > Stuff like jack could (and maybe it even does) provide you with a NAS
> > plugin.
> JACK is designed with low-latency in mind from the grounds up.
> A NAS output plugin is very unlikely.
If you think of it anywhere in the *middle* of the jack chain, that makes
sense. But why can't a NAS plugin be the sink?
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