[CentOS] FreeNX : forward audio from server to client ?

Scot P. Floess sfloess at nc.rr.com
Wed Mar 10 20:21:58 UTC 2010

I should say that the KDE machine - was running Fedora 12 with no sound 
card whatsoever.  Again, XMMS worked from the Fedora box back to a Windoze 
NoMachine client.  It didn't work to a Linux client (Fedora nor CentOS) 
that did have a sound card.

In both cases, the client machine didn't work when a web browser was 
involved - for example watching Youtube videos.

On Wed, 10 Mar 2010, Scot P. Floess wrote:

> So, this machine does have a sound card (not sure that matters).  I used a 
> different machine (no sound card) and was able to use XMMS and KDE - but not 
> anything emitted from a Web browser.
> Again, the CentOS machine does have a sound card - so sound works locally - 
> but not over NoMachine.
> On Wed, 10 Mar 2010, Niki Kovacs wrote:
>>  Scot P. Floess a écrit :
>> > 
>> >  So, I was trying all this in KDE...  From KMix, it shows that there are
>> >  no sound cards at all...  I think I tried system-config-soundcard - but
>> >  that didn't work.  Also, if I remember correctly I get an error in KDE
>> >  about no sound card present...
>>  No sound on the server means no sound on the client either,
>>  unfortunately :o)
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