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Date:      Sun, 14 Feb 2021 14:42:10 +0000
From:      Graham Perrin <grahamperrin@gmail.com>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   PulseAudio, virtual_oss and sndio (was: OSS usage with i3wm on a Lenovo laptop)
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On 13/02/2021 09:23, Waitman Gobble wrote:
> … You can use Virtual OSS, Pulseaudio, or Sndio …

Nit: according to <https://wiki.freebsd.org/Sound>; it's possible to make 
_combined_ use of virtual_oss and sndiod.

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I sort of lost track of things here … I probably use PulseAudio by 
default, with occasional runs of virtual_oss when (for example) I need 
to use a USB headset and increase the volume, like, up-to-eleven, for my 
impaired hearing.




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