Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of ALSAtoFFADO

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adi (IP: 91.66.196.69)
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09/13/09 10:28:48 (13 years ago)
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There is jack-enabled libflashsupport

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  • ALSAtoFFADO

    v2 v3  
    11== Running ALSA applications with FFADO == 
    2 Once you have your jackd running with FFADO, you would probably also like to use some non-jackd applications, i.e. sound from the flash plugin in your browser. While it's usually possible to configure programs like mplayer, qmmp or gstreamer to use jackd directly, you cannot do so with others (once again: flash). 
     2Once you have your jackd running with FFADO, you would probably also like to use some non-jackd applications, i.e. sound from the ~~flash plugin~~ ('''Update''': if you want jack-enabled flash, try git clone git://repo.or.cz/libflashsupport-jack.git)  in your browser. While it's usually possible to configure programs like mplayer, qmmp or gstreamer to use jackd directly, you cannot do so with others (once again: ~~flash~~). 
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    44According to [http://alsa.opensrc.org/index.php/Jack_(plugin)], there's a way to reroute the ALSA output to jackd. On Debian-based systems, you'd need to install libasound2-plugins, other distros may vary: 
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    5151=== OSS-only applications === 
    52 If you have old applications which neither support jackd nor ALSA (flash?), you need to use an OSS wrapper on top of ALSA. On Debian-based systems, install alsa-oss: 
     52If you have old applications which neither support jackd nor ALSA, you need to use an OSS wrapper on top of ALSA. On Debian-based systems, install alsa-oss: 
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    58 This should give you the wrapper script '''aoss''', making OSS applications use ALSA and hence jackd, if configured as shown above. For Firefox/Flash, there's nothing more to do, for all other apps see [http://alsa.opensrc.org/Aoss]. 
     58This should give you the wrapper script '''aoss''', making OSS applications use ALSA and hence jackd, if configured as shown above. For Firefox/~~Flash~~, there's nothing more to do, for all other apps see [http://alsa.opensrc.org/Aoss].