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SubjectRe: Number of sound channels?
This is kind of an unrelated question.  Has anyone ever
implemented software mixing such that /dev/dsp can be opened
for output multiple times? Or is that functionality going
to remain strictly the domain of esd?

In our previous exciting episode Thu, Dec 09, 1999 at 12:12:33AM -0500, Jeff Garzik said:
> Another kernel sound question.
>
> The Via audio chip has a single read channel and a single write
> channel. Do I treat this as a single channel with read and write
> capability, or two separate channels?
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> Thanks,
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> Jeff
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