Hi, I usually use cat xxx.au > /dev/audio to play .au files.
Is there any good program that can play .au file in a more
: Hi, I usually use cat xxx.au > /dev/audio to play .au files.
: Is there any good program that can play .au file in a more
: elegant way.
How do you mean more elegant? What could be more elegant than that?
However... Slackware comes with a script called showaudio, which just
does 'cat $1 > /dev/audio' .... happy?
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C> (Ta Cheng Lin) writes:
C> That's about as elegant as one could possibly get! :) FWIW, I thinkQuote:>>> Hi, I usually use cat xxx.au > /dev/audio to play .au files. Is
>>> there any good program that can play .au file in a more elegant
IN any case, sox will. As well as wav, voc, mac snds, aiff, 8svx and
I've uploaded "au-play.tar.z" to tsx-11.mit.edu where it should eventually
end up in the /pub/linux/ALPHA directory.
It plays Sun-style audio files ("*.au") through the internal speaker.
No sound-card is needed, and it won't use it even if you've got one. <shrug>
One thing I forgot to mention in the README:
YOU MAY HAVE TO CHANGE THE "DELAY" CONSTANT IN "au-play.c".
This code is *very* hardware-dependant, since it uses <gag> delay loops.
I have it set for my whimpy 386s/20, but it's easily changed. Don't try to
optimize ("cc -O...") the compilation, since that would remove the delays.
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