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soundcards can only play a few sounds at once, so you cant have mpg123 and mplayer running at the same time with sound, the way round this is to use a software mixer, esd(enlightened sound daemon) is one of these, the other popular one is arts(dunno what it stands for) what they do is take the sound from all your programs, mix them together then send them to the soundcard. so visual boy advance talks to esd and esd talks to alsa which in turn talks to the soundcard.
It does seem to not recognise a command called "no". Is there a way to get SuSE to recognise it? Is there a package I need to install? Lots of thanks in advance.
I can't even run the compiled version of VBA that's available on their site, it comes as a strange binary file SuSE won't recognise.
I'm a total newbie to Linux, so please bear with me. :/