flash sound through esound
Alexander at Leidinger.net
Wed Jun 6 07:02:55 UTC 2007
Quoting Michael Collette <metrol.net at gmail.com> (from Tue, 5 Jun 2007
> I ran across a thread talking about this a little while back, but
> there was a lack of details as to how it was done.
> I'm running linux-firefox with the flash7 port on a remote X terminal.
> That part is working quite nicely. I'm finding that my best bet for
> network audio at this point is esound. Seems to be the widest
> supported daemon. I'm trying to route the flash audio through it.
> How do I get linux flash7 to route it's audio to esound properly?
You have to install the linux version of esd and run linux-firefox
within the linux version of esddsp (or how it is called). This may
result in the behavior you want.
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