In a nutshell, the Network Audio System (NAS) is the audio equivalent of an X display server. It was developed by NCD for playing, recording, and manipulating audio data over a network. Like the X Window System, it uses the client/server model to separate applications from the specific drivers that control audio input and output devices.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Communications Internet|
Release Notes: This version adds some enhancements to aupanel, and reworks signal handling in the voxware server to avoid races, hangs, and other issues seen with Linux 2.6.21+ kernels.
Release Notes: This version reworks signal handling in the voxware/OSS server, correcting some serious problems seen in the newer 2.6.21+ Linux kernels.
Release Notes: This version fixes several DOS attacks that could be carried out against a nasd server. Most of the server and client code was made ANSI compliant. Input and output mixer handling in the voxware (OSS) server was significantly reworked.
Release Notes: This version corrects several denial of service vulnerabilities, and provides a few other bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version includes much improved mixer support, large scale code ANSIfication and cleanup, GNU/kFreeBSD support, and a variety of other fixes and enhancements.