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Old 08-18-2004, 11:51 AM   #1
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Figuring out /dev audio devices

I'm trying to use a VoIP application in Linux called SJPhone w/ a stanaphone account. I have it all configured right where I can make a call and the phone rings but I have no audio incoming or outgoing.

In the application it set my audio device to /dev/dsp on both the mic and speakers. I'm figuring this is not right cause 1. There is no dsp in my /dev directory and 2. becacuse the application isn't working.

Any help in figuring out which /dev device is my sound card?
I tried checking other audio applications to see if it would tell me, but no luck.

Thanks for your help and suggestions.


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