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Re: Fun sound problem

On Wed, Jan 29, 2003 at 05:47:12PM -0800, Eric Nelson wrote:
> Nice board, have you tried the alsa website for drivers?

Erf.  I was hoping for the simplicity of using OSS.  My understanding
is that ALSA is Not Trivial to use, requiring ALSA aware programs;
from a usability, it seems like the pain to install of any third-party
kernel features, with the inconvienence similar to esound or arts
requiring ALSA aware programs.  I'll use it if I have to, but I
consider it a last resort.

> I haven't booted up into it in a while now though, cause all my music
> apps are running under windoze =(

Have you looked into Win4Lin, VMWare or plex86?

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