Subject: Re: [ecasound] Re: [alsa-devel] Re: Usage of Sourceforge (fwd)
From: S. Massy (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Sep 08 2000 - 02:27:56 EEST
On Thu, 07 Sep 2000, lee johnson wrote:
> > > -------------------------------
> > > [root@localhost /root]# ecasound -c -b:128 -r -f:16,2,44100\
> > > > -a:1 -i monitor-/usr/local/cd/mybody-08.wav -o /dev/dsp\
> > > > -a:2 -i /dev/dsp -o /usr/local/cd/newsing.wav
# ecasound -c -r -b128 -f:16,2,44100 \
-a:1 -i:/usr/local/cd/mybody-08.wav -o:/dev/dsp \
-a:2 -i:/dev/dsp -o:/usr/local/cd/newsing.wav
It works for me :)
> > Well, there seems to be an invalid path in this particular example;
> > what is:
> > monitor-/usr/local/cd/mybody-08.wav ???
> > Also, are you sure your driver is one that likes you to open the same
> > device multiple times?
> well /usr/local/cd is the directory which contains my wav file which is how i
> understand its done..?
> monitor - (Path) ???
> secondly........not sure about device multiple times.......i do know that the
> driver is OSS compat ..its in a readme file at linux.aureal.com on their driver
> all i know is it can handle
> and i think the new driver ( its now being done by programmers whom have taken over
> driver since aureal is regrouping their business)
> does allow for multiple devices but not sure.......so if it doesn't then that would
> cause the seg error???
What if you try reading from /dev/dsp0 and writing to /dev/dsp1?
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