[nas] nas and pulseaudio?

Jon Trulson jon at radscan.com
Fri Nov 9 11:08:34 MST 2007

On Fri, 9 Nov 2007, Dave Richards wrote:

> The PulseAudio inquiry was mine.  Pulse is indeed taking off, and that's
> why I posed the question to the list.  Pulse seems to support plugins
> and if NAS was packaged and moved into that project it would get a lot
> more eyes.  HP has made Pulse the official sound system of all new thin
> clients because it supports OSS, Alsa and Esound concurrently.
> Dave

   I remember the email, but I didn't see how 'if NAS was packaged and
   moved into that project' would make any sense... Now a NAS plugin
   for pulse audio would make sense.

   OSS and ALSA are low level API's... Esound is a 'simple' sound
   server.  There are no doubt esound, alsa and oss plugins for pulse
   audio.  There could be a nas plugin as well, if someone wanted to
   write one... Or am I missing something?

> On Fri, 2007-11-09 at 10:50 -0500, Paul Fox wrote:
>> do i recall that someone was asking on the list about nas/pulseaudio
>> interaction?  i don't recall the details, and wasn't particularly
>> interested at the time, but it's starting to seem as if pulseaudio
>> "has legs", and is moving into the mainstream.
>> anyone know of efforts to make nas and pulseaudio work together?
>> paul
>> =---------------------
>>  paul fox, pgf at foxharp.boston.ma.us (arlington, ma, where it's 37.0 degrees)
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