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RPlay allows sounds to be played to and from local and remote Unix systems. Sounds can be played with or without sending audio data over the network using either UDP or TCP/IP. RPlay audio servers can be configured to share sound files with each other.
Support for RPlay is included in several applications. These include xpilot, xlockmore, xboing, fvwm, and ctwm.
rplay 3.3 README Copyright (C) 1993-99 Mark R. Boyns <firstname.lastname@example.org> rplay is a flexible network audio system that allows sounds to be played to and from local and remote Unix systems. Sounds can be played with or without sending audio data over the network using either UDP or TCP. rplay audio servers can be configured to share sound files with each other. Support for rplay is included in sev more»
rplay README.linux - notes for Linux users. Linux support is based on the Open Sound System driver included with most Linux kernels. /dev/dsp is used by default with CD quality output -- 44100 Hz, 16-bit, 2 channels. These parameters can be changed using the --audio-* command line options and/or ~/.rplaydrc. When /dev/audio is used, rplayd uses 8000 Hz, 8-bit, 1 channel, and ulaw output. /dev more»
rplay NEWS - User-visible changes. Copyright (C) 1993-99 Mark R. Boyns <email@example.com> Changes since rplay 3.3.1: * Added devrplay.so which can be used with LD_PRELOAD to add rplay support to audio applications use /dev/dsp. devrplay is known to work with rvplayer, xmp, mpg123, freeamp, s3mod, esd (Enlightenment Sound Daemon) and even rplayd itself. devrplay.so should be installed in y more»
rplay (3.3.2-14) unstable; urgency=low * debian/control: Standards version moved to 3.9.2 (no cha more»
1999-03-21 Mark R. Boyns <firstname.lastname@example.org> * fixed Makefile dependencies and shared library build more»
rplay TODO - A random list of things that may (not) be fixed/changed/implemented. * rplayd tends to more»
This package was debianized by lantz moore <email@example.com>. It was downloaded from ftp://rplay. more»