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_Description: Should nasd release /dev/dsp?
By default, the NAS server will open the configured audio device
at startup, and then keep it open until the server is stopped. This will
stop any non-NAS-aware audio clients from using the audio device.
The daemon can be configured to release the audio device when it is
not using it, with some delay after the
application completes before the device is available.
An alternative is to use the "audiooss" package to wrap any programs
that use /dev/dsp to make them use equivalent NAS calls.
_Description: Should nasd change mixer settings at startup?
If you choose this option, the NAS server will change the mixer settings
at startup as follows:
- set PCM volume to 50%;
- change the record input device to LINE.