[nas] NAS, esd, and Qt 3

Jon Trulson jon at radscan.com
Tue Aug 26 17:32:27 MDT 2003

On Tue, 26 Aug 2003, Michael Morris wrote:

> From: Michael Morris <memorris at t1cc.com>
> Date: 26 Aug 2003 07:09:07 -0700
> Subject: [nas] NAS, esd, and Qt 3
> To: nas at radscan.com
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> I am a software developer and developing a cross-platform application
> using Qt 3.  This application needs to play sounds from sound files.
> Usinf the Qt QSound class seemed like the best way to approach this at
> first.  After downloading nas and installing it, rebuilding Qt with the
> '-system-nas-sound' option enabled it still does not seem to work.
> I typically ruin esd.  I have tried stopping esd and using esddsp but to
> no avail.  When nasd is running and I try to play a sound from my app
> the following errors are dumped to the console by nasd, then it quits.
> Binding TCP socket: Address already in use
> Fatal server error:
> Cannot establish tcp listening socket

	You get these errors when starting nasd? Or after it has been
running awhile?  Try 'netstat -a' and look to see if anything is running
on port 8000 (assuming :0).  You can also run nasd like 'nasd -d 99 -v' to
get some more debugging info that might help.  I would not run esd at the
same time as I've been told it opens the audio devices and never lets them

> On the client side,
> Binding Unix socket: Address already in use
> Cannot establish unix listening socket
> Can anyone help get this running?
> Thanks

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