Subject: Re: [ecasound] Re: BOUNCE email@example.com: Message too long (>40000 chars)
From: Jeremy Hall (firstname.lastname@example.org )
Date: Mon Sep 06 1999 - 16:42:11 EEST
I got it to compile, but I am now looking for some type of loopback device
in OSS, or the ability to write with correct timing. I have multiple
machines here spread all over the house and they use IP multicasting
technology so they can all play the signal. The receivers all join the
"well-known" multicast group, (well well known to them anyway) while the
selected sender sends to it. There are multiple "well-known" groups so
that different machines can pick up different input sources.
It just so happens that the computer running ecasound is nowhere near my
work area, so if I am working on a segment, I cannot hear what I am
working. I can feed a named fifo off to the transmission program, but if
ecasound sends at faster than real-time, I get overruns on the receiver,
and I spike the bw used on my ethernet hub. Do you have suggestions?
Kai Vehmanen said:
> On Mon, 6 Sep 1999 jhall@UU.NET (Jeremy Hall) wrote:
> > trying to build 1.5.9r5 and have come up with some problems. Mainly, the
> > program can't find libkvutil when trying to make.
> Hmm, I'll try to fix this in 1.5.10r5. As a temporary solution,
> do "./configure ; make ; make install" in "kvutils" subdirectory.
> After this, "make" in the top dir should work.
> Kai Vehmanen ----------------------------- CS, University of Turku, Finland
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