Well, Windows is back on the disk.

Sasha Tsykin stsykin at gmail.com
Tue Jan 17 13:58:30 UTC 2006

Michael T. Richter wrote:

>On Tue, 2006-17-01 at 11:18 +0100, J.Markoll wrote:
>>So one can start from scratch at once on Linux, the only thing to 
>>succeed is to find fast the right documentation, the right virtual 
>>places to get help, and/or a good book really thought for starting 
>>people (with no dum titles prefered).
>As I said before: please point me to the documentation for ALSA.  I'd
>*LOVE* to learn how to get sound working reliably on my system.  And to
>get AC3 downmixed to stereo for that matter.  Sadly there's no
>documentation of any worth for ALSA.  Or OSS, for that matter.  Just
>lore locked away in bits and pieces in the minds of dozens of people who
>may or may not share it.
>Michael T. Richter
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Ubuntu uses esound, so try looking for documentation on that.

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