dimi at users.sourceforge.net
Mon Dec 11 22:26:42 CST 2006
ChangeSet ID: 1165897602000951297189207168
Module name: docs
Changes by: dimi at sc8-pr-cvs9.sourceforge.net 2006/12/11 20:26:42
en : wineusr-configuring.sgml
Dimi Paun <dimi at lattica.com>
Simple rephrasing and some formatting fixes.
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will be used. Older
Linux distributions using the 2.4 kernel or earlier typically
use the "OSS" driver. Usually 2.6 kernels have switched to "ALSA".
- Bugs in "aRts" are not fixed from the KDE-side for a long time made
- it recently nessesary to deactivate this driver.
- If you're using GNOME you can probably use
- EsounD. The OSS and ALSA audio drivers get the most testing, so
- it's recommended you stick with them if possible.
+ The "aRts" driver was recently deactivated due to the general lack
+ of maintenance of the "aRts" subsystem.
+ If you're using GNOME you can probably use EsounD. The OSS and ALSA
+ audio drivers get the most testing, so it's recommended you stick
+ with them if possible.
If you need to use "Jack", "NAS" or "CoreAudio" you probably already know why.
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