It was some time ago that I learned about this project
, and was interested on it as a FREE replacement for TeamSpeak on my server and workstation. Then I lost track and then came back to find out that it is actually a very good project and it has been gaining track. Not only is it compatible with ALSA (which makes it easier to add support for other features such as stream mixing on single streamed hardware, the majority sold these days), but it also supports OpenGL overlay and links with many games. It is cross platform and currently is officially supported on Linux, MacOS X and Windows. There is but one slight problem, though... it does not build on Fedora, not on my F8 setup, at least, with all the dependencies covered (as far as I can tell, anyway). The problem seems to be that one of the Makefiles is missing a directive on how to compile one file. On my system the process goes fine until it suddenly stops. I'm not too familiar with Makefiles and I do not understand what may be causing this. I was trying to get a test build of this and then maybe generate an RPM package for Fedora 8 and 9 and send them for review. Alas, given this I don't seem to be able.
I was curious, though, if some body else had had any luck with this interesting software.
If ain't broken, don't fix it! :eek:
If can be improved, go for it! :cool:
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