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Old 01-02-2006, 06:30 AM   #1
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nas audio how to.


I have FC4.i have installed nas(network audio system).i want to play it on system1 but the sound should be system2.



[root@localhost /]# nasd -aa &
[1] 3887
[root@localhost /]# export AUDIOSERVER="10.255.240.195:0"
[root@localhost /]# auinfo
Audio Server: tcp/10.255.240.195:8000
Version Number: 2.2
Vendor: Network Audio System Release 1.7 - VoxWare
Vendor Release: 1
Min Sample Rate: 4000
Max Sample Rate: 44100
Max Tracks: 32
Number of Formats: 7
Formats: ULAW8 LinearUnsigned8 LinearSigned8
LinearSigned16MSB LinearUnsigned16MSB
LinearSigned16LSB LinearUnsigned16LSB
Number of Elem Types: 12
Element Types: ImportClient ImportDevice ImportBucket
ImportWaveForm Bundle MultiplyConstant AddConstant
Sum ExportClient ExportDevice ExportBucket
ExportMonitor
Number of Wave Forms: 2
Wave Forms: Square Sine
Number of Actions: 3
Actions: ChangeState SendNotify Noop
Number of Devices: 3
Device 0:
Changable: Gain LineMode
ID: 0x23
Kind: PhysicalInput
Use: Import
Format: LinearSigned16LSB
Num Tracks: 2
Access: Import List
Description: "Stereo Channel Input"
Min Rate: 4000
Max Rate: 44100
Location: Left Right External
Gain Percent: 50
Num Children: 0
Device 1:
Changable: Gain
ID: 0x22
Kind: PhysicalOutput
Use: Export
Format: LinearSigned16LSB
Num Tracks: 2
Access: Export List
Description: "Stereo Channel Output"
Min Rate: 4000
Max Rate: 44100
Location: Center Internal
Gain Percent: 50
Num Children: 1
Children: 0x21
Device 2:
Changable: Gain
ID: 0x21
Kind: PhysicalOutput
Use: Export
Format: LinearSigned16LSB
Num Tracks: 1
Access: Export List
Description: "Mono Channel Output"
Min Rate: 4000
Max Rate: 44100
Location: Center Internal
Gain Percent: 50
Num Children: 0
Number of Buckets: 0
[root@localhost /]#

Which means good..

[root@localhost /]# auplay /root/01-\ Boom\ Boom\ \(Yuvan-Jotsna-Premgi-Tippu\).MP3
Couldn't play file "/root/01- Boom Boom (Yuvan-Jotsna-Premgi-Tippu).MP3"
[root@localhost /]# ll /root/01-\ Boom\ Boom\ \(Yuvan-Jotsna-Premgi-Tippu\).MP3
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 5526071 Dec 26 19:47 /root/01- Boom Boom (Yuvan-Jotsna-Premgi-Tippu).MP3
[root@localhost /]#

Here is the problem comes.I can not play anyfiles.

Or will the system redirect all the sound output to target system.
I mean when i play mplayer on my system1 does sound goes to system2 or what?
 
  


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