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Old 29th November 2009, 04:30 PM
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How to configure path $ESD BIN PRELOAD

Hi Folks

I'm using NoMachine's FreeNX client on my Vista PC to access my Fedora 12 box. Mostly works a real peach and I'm very impressed with it. But...... Working through some of the stuff I'd "like" it to do I'm struggling with enabling sound.

I've enabled the Multimedia setting in the NX Client. I've loaded via Add/Remove Software,

Sound support with ESD
gg2-esound-2.3.0-13.fc12 (i686)

PulseAudio EsounD dameon compatibility script
pulseaudio-esound-compat-0.9.21-1.fc12 (i6896)

I've edited my /etc/nxserver/node.conf file to enable sound:-

# FreeNX with ENABLE_ESD_PRELOAD="1" will automatically try to setup
# the sound with the help of the esd media helper.
# Currently ESD will be used just by the Windows NX Client.
# Be sure that $ESD_BIN_PRELOAD is in your path, does exist and work
# before enabling this directive.


EDIT - OK.... Just spotted the deliberate typo with the ENABLE_ESD_PRELOAD="0" should be "1".... Will change and re-try... back soon! And back....... Set it to "1", no difference!

However.. no sound.

Don't know if I'm looking in the right place for $ESD_BIN_PRELOAD ??? However, this is what I get:

$ echo $PATH

Any thoughts/clues appreciated.

Running Fedora 12 - (Constantine) - Kernel Linux - Gnome 2.28.0

Last edited by Peter_O; 29th November 2009 at 04:54 PM.
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Old 1st December 2009, 07:37 PM
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Bump - Anyone from the mid-week readers have any ideas/lines of enquiry for this one?

Running Fedora 12 - (Constantine) - Kernel Linux - Gnome 2.28.0
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