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Old 11-20-2007, 03:33 PM   #1
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How do I setup an ESD server?

I have been on the web searching for a long time, and I have yet to come across a detailed tutorial on using the Enlightenment Sound Daemon. Supposedly, this thing can transfer sound over a network to a client computer.

That sounds nice, but I can't find anything truly detailed enough. I'm using Ubuntu Feisty, but it seems like there is never enough detail in any one discussion on the Internet.

What do I install?

How do I set it up?

How do I setup the IP addresses?

Will the server listen for any incoming transmissions or do I have to set that up, too?

Can I run a sound program, such as Audacity, via VNC on the server and have it transmit the sound to the client which is connecting into the server?

Can I somehow involve SSH with all of this?

The articles I read have people keep pointing other people toward weblinks and the such, but I'm not getting anywhere by looking at road signs.

I've got this, though:

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