[K12OSN] sound on client

Richard K. Ingalls ringalls at glenwood.k12.mo.us
Thu Jun 24 19:01:57 UTC 2004

Les Mikesell wrote:
> I'm trying to make sound work for the first time and using the
> K12LTSP-4.1.0-alpha9 distribution. I suppose I should have tried
> on a stable version first but maybe I've just missed something
> simple.
> The clients are Dell Optiplex GX1's and I've gotten the driver
> to load with:
>  SMODULE_01       = "cs4232 io=0x530 irq=5 dma=1"

I have GX1's too and I can't get the sound working either.  But I use 
the older K12LTSP 3.x.x.  I hadn't seen the setting that you have 
listed here "cs4232".  Hmmm. Maybe that will work for me.  As for your 
situation, sorry I can't help, 'cuz I'm not using Fedora Core 1.

> If I set SOUND_DAEMON to "esd", I can log in to the server and
> 'esdplay' a .wav file and it plays at the client, but I get
> an error from xmms, etc.  'nasd' also appears to load correctly
> but no sounds are redirected and I don't know how to test it.
> The AUDIOSERVER, etc. environment variables are being set - what
> else is needed?
> Also, should sound from a java application work?  If not, I may
> need to set this up as a local app anyway.
> ---
>   Les Mikesell
>     les at futuresource.com
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