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Re: esd esdctl?

Yeah, esdctl was in esound-clients.

Now if I can get xmms, esd and vmware to play nicely together this will
be great.

Thus spake Vineet Kumar (debian-user@virtual.doorstop.net):

> * Robert L. Harris (Robert.L.Harris@rdlg.net) [011003 10:32]:
> > 
> > 
> > Debian sid box running gnome.  I have esound installed and esound-common.
> > When I do a "ps -eaf | grep esd" it doesn't find anything.  I also can't find
> > which package contains esdctl which used to be the way to start and stop 
> > the esd daemon.
> > 
> > Anyone know which package?
> /usr/bin/esdctl is part of esound-clients
> I have esound, esound-common, and esound-clients, and It Works For Me.
> If just having those packages doesn't start esound under gnome
> automatically for you, check gnome's sound configuration, and ensure
> that the "start sound server" checkbox is selected. If it's still not
> working, ask again and I'll dig through my config files to try to find
> out where it's started from. (My initial searches returned nothing
> useful).
> good times,
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