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Old 27th October 2008
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Originally Posted by BSDfan666 View Post
You win this round champ, regardless.. my first point remains valid.
That was not my point mate, to win or lose.

I just want (propably as many others) that UNIX systems should use one crossplatform "thing" for audio. Currently OSS is most populated (and always was if you do not count Linux where they reinvent the wheel every friday).

It may be libsa or even something totally new designed from scratch, but imho current best jack of all trades is OSS from FreeBSD or OSS4 (or prolably some mix of these two).


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Thanks for links about OpenBSD OSS discusion, will read them later.

The argument that it supports more chipsets is very small unfortunelly, if I recall corectly even ALSA supports more chipsets, but we all know what mess ALSA is, and how greatly "crossplatform" it is also ... or should I say crossdistro?
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