On 30.Mär 2003 - 20:30:05, Olaf Stetzer wrote: > Am Sonntag, 30. März 2003 19:50 schrieb Andreas Pakulat: > > > > > Don't know if there is such a solution. Arts is a so called > > Sound-Server, wich mixes different sound streams into one that is send > > to the dsp-Device. This can be created via ALSA, which only is a driver > > package for various sound cards. > > > > A solution for the problem could be artsdsp, which should be installed > > together with arts. It makes the program run with artsdsp think that it > > has access to /dev/dsp, but really it sends the sound to arts. AFAIK it > > works with most programs. > > Thanks for the hint. I just tried it but it does not work. The program is > muse, a midi/audio sequencer and needs direct access to all sound devices > (e.g. /dev/snd/pcmC0D0p). Then there is only one last possibility: Change the settings of arts, so that it unloads itself after x seconds of no usage and make x as small as possible. This can be done using the KDE Control Center or via commandline when starting artsd. If that doesn't work for you you'll have 2 more options, which are not that good: 1. Disable arts as long as you need muse 2. Use another program instead of muse. Oh I see it is QT-Based, then it shouldn't be to difficult to implement an interface to arts, but that has to be done by a real programmer. Andreas -- Everything that you know is wrong, but you can be straightened out.
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