[nas] segfault on amd64
liontooth at cogweb.net
Sat Jan 1 21:08:10 MST 2005
Steve McIntyre wrote:
>On Fri, Dec 31, 2004 at 08:28:52PM -0800, David Liontooth wrote:
>>For the Debian README, I suggest something like this:
>> If you want to play music on "frodo" and listen to it on "gandalf",
>> * on gandalf (the NAS server),
>> - apt-get install nas nas-doc nas-bin
>> - nasd -aa &
>> * on frodo (the NAS client),
>> - export AUDIOSERVER="gandalf:0"
>> - auplay <some wav file> (to test)
>> - apt-get install alsaplayer-nas
>> - alsaplayer -o nas
>>These instructions would have saved me hours; they are unfortunately
>>not intuitive to naive users like myself.
>Understood. I'll add exactly the above now...
Great. Quick correction -- it's the client that needs the nas-bin package:
If you want to play music on "frodo" and listen to it on "gandalf",
* on gandalf (the NAS server),
- apt-get install nas nas-doc
- nasd -aa &
* on frodo (the NAS client),
- export AUDIOSERVER="gandalf:0"
- apt-get install nas-bin
- auplay <some wav file> (to test)
- apt-get install alsaplayer-nas
- alsaplayer -o nas
I guess it would be an improvement if the packages were renamed to
nas-server and nas-client.
Now what about the permissions if we run this as a daemon?
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