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Date:      Wed, 2 Oct 1996 11:27:23 +0300 (EET DST)
From:      Seppo Kallio <>
Subject:   mars_nwe, xwave is there port going on or planned?
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Is there plans to port mars_nwe (the Linux/NetWare Novel server) to
FreeBSD? We use here Novell servers a lot and would be nice to
let people edit directly documents on a FreeBSD www server from a Novell

What about this xwave? There is no sound editors in "current ports" (as
far as I know).

Seppo Kallio
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---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Fri, 27 Sep 1996 10:20:21 +0200
From: Marc van Kempen <>
To: Seppo Kallio <>
Cc: Marc van Kempen <>,,
Subject: Re: Sound editor - is there some free available?

Seppo Kallio asked some days ago:
> I tryed to compile xwave-0.5alpha, got it compiled when commented
> out ...
> I think someone with more experience with Linux/FreeBSD audio could quite
> easy get it working. xwave-0.5alpha is ported to Linux and SGI (I think)

I just tried, and got it to compile quite easily. Just change the
references to linux/soundcard.h to machine/soundcard.h.
And the references to endian.h to machine/endian.h

This gives you some trouble in "endian.h", just outdefine the definition
of u_int32_t and u_int16_t, and define ulong in "types.h" for FreeBSD.

It plays and records quite nicely, but the volume for recording
is way too low, although this might my microphone's fault.

time to do it properly right now, so I'll just describe what
to do.

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