[kde-linux] howto to network audio with KDE-url-correct

sibusiso xolo sibxol at btconnect.com
Mon Sep 30 13:57:16 BST 2002


Many thanks,  the howtos at the arts website were useful.  However the aRts
maling list seem  almost dead.  I  also checked the http://multimedia.kde.org
and there was no mention of KwinTV (or a renamed version) or for that matter
ny other 'multimedia' programs.    This is surprising as 'the deskotp'  is
metamorphising into the multimedia networked-device.  I am a fan of KDE  but
there does not seem to me much momentum for multimedia on KDE.  For  example
there is a progam called zapping (http://zapping.sourceforge.net) a direct
competitor to KWinTV  and videlan http://wwwvidelan.org and they all seem to 
clustering around gnome. There is also a program called Media application
server  http://www.MediaApplicationServer.net/  which seem to be clustering
around gnome.  I think all the above  (especially the latter) have
implications for Kmultimedia.   KDE use to poduce wishlists and witepapers;
could someone inform if one of these is around the corner for nultimedia?

Sibu Xolu
ps the download applications link to http://applications.kde.com seems
currently broken

On Tuesday 24 September 2002 16:33, L A Walsh wrote:
> > locate artsd
> (nothing useful)
> > locate arts-
> /share/suse80/contents-fullnames/zq1/arts-1.0.0-2.src.rpm
> > sudo rpm -I /share/suse80/contents-fullnames/zq1/arts-1.0.0-2.src.rpm
> > sudo rpm -bp SPECS/arts.spec
> > cd /usr/src/BUILD/arts-1.0.0/
> > more README:
> All of the aRts documentation is now in "The aRts Handbook" which is
> in KDE DocBook format, part of kdemultimedia. It should be found on a
> KDE system in $KDEDIR/share/doc/HTML/default/artsbuilder/index.html.
> An on-line version can be found at http://www.arts-project.org/doc/handbook
> ....
> Linda
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