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Old 6th June 2018
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Default FreeBSD as sndio host


By reading sndiod(8) (and OpenBSD FAQ), starting it as:
# sndiod -L-
is enough to permit remote connections, but that's not true at FreeBSD.

If I use -L flag, I get two problems at once: remote machines are unable to use snd@myhostname/0 and rsnd@myhostname/0 devices and host machine is unable to use snd/0 and rsnd/0 devices, my host machine is muted!
(not globally, only applications which use sndio are muted, applications using other backends are not muted)
mazocomp$ uname -a
OpenBSD mazocomp.lan 6.3 GENERIC.MP#47 amd64
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